Family Farm Nights

In the 1827 Barn listening to Winchester Community Music School (E. James Whitehead 2013)

In the 1827 Barn, listening to Winchester Community Music School
(E. James Whitehead 2013)

Thank you to everyone attended our concerts this season! While the music is over, the farm is still in full glorious growing season — come enjoy our walking trails, say hello to our chickens, and stop by the farm stand for a snack or a goat shirt!

Our wonderful Family Farm Night series Lettuce Turnip the Beet will return next summer. Concerts are held for seven consecutive Thursdays in June and July from 6 – 7:30pm.

Bring you own picnic or pre-order a boxed picnic from The FULLer Cup — delivered to the Farm. We will also have a cash bar plus popsicles, popcorn, and other goodies for sale in our farm stand. Bring a blanket or some lawn chairs and your favorite non-alcoholic refreshments to enjoy the show.

Family Farm Night is for people only: please leave your canine family members home. They will thank you for missing the crowds, the excited children, and the overwhelming temptations caused by too many picnics.

2017 concerts:

June 15  The Sorry Honeys
June 22  Hank Wonder
June 29  Chris & Meredith Thompson
July 6  Miss Ellaneous
July 13  Ten Penny Ransom — RESCHEDULED to August 10th
July 20  High Strung Reunion
July 27  Karen K & the Jitterbugs — RESCHEDULED to August 3rd

Bonus Concerts:

August 3  Karen K & the Jitterbugs (rescheduled from 7/27)
August 10  Ten Penny Ransom (rescheduled from 7/13)

NOTE ON PARKING: We love how popular Family Farm Night has become! Please note that there are 3 parking lot options:

  • 82 Ridge Street (50 spaces),
  • Mullen Field (75 spaces), and
  • St. Eulalia’s on Ridge Street (100 spaces).

If you drive by Mullen Field or St. Eulalia’s on the way to the farm, we recommend parking at these locations and walking to the farm since the 82 Ridge Street lot fills very quickly. For the safety of all guests and neighbors, parking is not allowed on Ridge Street at any time.

Family Farm Night is made possible by generous sponsorship from the EnKa Society. Special thanks to St. Eulalia’s Church for use of their parking lot on Thursday evenings.