Check out these upcoming events:
The farm’s winter lecture series will be held the second Friday of the month (Jan-March) at 11 AM. These are free talks with light refreshments.
January 13- Black History in Henderson County with Ronnie Pepper
February 10- Archaeology with Mary and Bob Noel
March 10- “Hogs, Taverns, and Prosperity: The Story of the Buncombe Turnpike” with Michael Arrowood
Back after a COVID-required hiatus is the ever popular Candlelight Dinner. Enjoy a tour and meal in the historic farm house on February 17. The meal will be prepared by Saving Thyme Personal Chef and Catering. Reserve your tickets by calling 828-891-6585 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. $60 for 1 guest, $100 for 2 guests.
Volunteer Info Session
On Friday, February 24 at 10 AM, anyone interested in learning more about volunteering at the farm is welcome to attend an information session to learn about various volunteer duties as well as a brief history of the farm.
There is no weekly or even monthly commitment to volunteer. Some come regularly on the same day each week; others come when they are able. Some of the volunteer opportunities are working on the grounds crew or as a gardener, serving as a tour guide, assisting with school field trips, helping with special events, cleaning the historic farmhouse and more.
Farm & Arts Camp
We are currently full for camp. Please email your camper’s name and grade to email@example.com to be added to the waitlist. Summer camp registration will open in early March.
Spring Break Camp will be held March 13-17 from 8:30 AM-2:30 PM. Campers will participate in a variety of farm and art activities. The week will end with a Camper Showcase to show friends and family what campers accomplished during the week. Campers need to bring a snack, lunch, and water bottle each day.
Tiered pricing available.