Our Family Farm Night series Lettuce Turnip the Beet is over for the season. We had 7 memorable Thursday night events at the farm and were blessed with good weather, great entertain and large turnouts for each of the nights. Late afternoons and early evenings at the Farm with the sun setting in the west can be truly magical. We look forward to next year’s Family Farm Night Series
Our Family Farm Nights are the perfect easy outing at the end of a summer day. Scheduled for seven Thursdays starting on June 19th, each evening has different musical entertainment (see schedule below). All events are free and open to the public. Donations are always gratefully accepted. All events are rain of shine. If it rains, we’ll be in the 1827 Barn.
Families can either pack their own picnic or pre-order your dinner with Bistro 5 (the direct link will be posted here). Bistro 5 will deliver all the dinners right to the farm! Place your order by Tuesday using the special direct link here. We highly recommend their dessert! Delivery is free. We will also have a cash bar each week.
Come to the Farm around 5:30 to walk around, visit with the chickens or pet a sheep. Bistro 5 will deliver your pre-ordered dinner at 6:00 and then entertainment starts around 6:15. Bring a blanket or some lawn chairs and your favorite refreshments. See below for details on each event.
We can’t think of a better way to start off the series than by welcoming the band Miss Ellaneous to the farm! Made up of a group of local talented women musicians, Miss Ellaneous plays a range of styles from folk to country rock and even a little funk. It’s sure to be a great time for all!
Winchester Community Music School
This music production by the talented faculty at the Winchester Community Music School will center around their year of celebrating 1oo years at their home for music. This event was hugely popular last year.
Bluegrass Night with Jake Armerding & Annie Bartlett
The adults will get a kick out of this. Featuring Jake Amerding and Winchester’s own Annie Bartlett on fiddle, this duo can really cut it up!
Meredith Knight and Friends
Family Square Dance
Thursday, July 24
Put on your dancing boots and don your cowboy hat! Professional caller Tony Parkes is back with his music and will teach square dancing that is fun for the entire family!
Thursday, July 31
The series ends with the bluesy tunes from local band Suburban Sprawl. Kick back and enjoy the summer evening!