Firs is a working farm and we have a variety of crops, not just sod. This is also our home so please be respectful of
it. Our events are scheduled around crops and farming season and are planned accordingly. Parking maybe
limited at times and depending on the size of the event we must be flexible. We are pet owners but please we ask
you to please leave your dogs and other pets at home. We can not have messes from pets hindering our business.
For the safety and comfort of others no pets, drugs, or weapons will be permitted at any parties on The Green.
Due to some unplanned weather
conditions, not all of our fields are ready for harvest. The event has grown in size largely because of
the fireworks and our number one goal is to keep people safe while they enjoy all parts of the festival.
We will be holding the Saturday evening festivities in a field across from us, for the safety of our guests and spectators.
This field will not be grass as in the past, it will be a harvested bean field. Please make sure
to bring a chair or if you would like, bring a blanket or tarp. We will have picnic tables out as well.
There will be no changes for the Saturday and Sunday morning sunrise launches. Thank you all
for being a part of celebrating those that feed us!
Important Balloon Festival Information-please read.
Twin Firs Turf is where we are located and we are the home of the Quincy Valley Hot Air Balloon Festival
September 14 & 15th, 2013.
Schedule of Evening Events September 14, 2013
4:30 pm Venue Opens
5:00 pm Food Vendors
and Beer/Wine Garden Open
6:45 Ok2Botay Steel Drum Band Takes the Stage
Epic Fireworks Display-Sponsored
by Northwest Pyrotechnics Association (NPA), The City of Quincy, and FCAD
Cost is only $20 for a
car load up to 6 People for this family friendly event!
You may watch the fireworks
for free on any public road, however, if
you choose to walk into the spectator area the charge is $5 per person.
2013 Sponsor Brochure