Music, Food, Artists and Spectacular Cows - what better way to celebrate fall?! Join us as we honor the farm's most noble creature in a traditional Puja ceeremony, Shop for beautiful handmade creations, relax under the shade of the twin maples listening to great local music, and feast upon KettleKorn, authentic Indian food and Wood-Fired Pizza!
Suggested admission: $5/adult, $3 per child, or $10 per family (but nobody will be turned away)
Notes: Parking is along 60th Ave NW; please pull well over to the edge of the road and watch for traffic. People with accessibility issues may pull into the driveway for drop-off. Handicap-accesible restroom. No dogs, thank you.
11. a.m Good Morning Bedlam (Barn Stage)
Noon Root River Jam (Barn Stage)
1 p.m. The Nodding Wild Onions (Barn Stage)
1:30 p.m. Antares Dancers Tribal Dancers (Puja Stage)
2:00 p.m. Puja Ceremony (Puja Stage)
3:30 p.m. Bollywood Dancing (Puja Stage)
3:00 p.m. Driven by Rhythm (Barn Stage)
4:00 p.m. D'Sievers (Barn Stage)
5:00 p.m. The Neighbors (Barn Stage)
Kettle Korn House
Blue Diamond (authentic Indian food)
SBF Wood-fired pizza will be served from 3-6 p.m. Quantities Limited; Pre-Order (click "tickets"), or order at the Puja.
Wood-Turning, Oil Paintings, Beaded Jewelry, Birdhouses, Fairy Doors, Mittens, Aprons, Silver Jewelry, Sewn Bags, Mandalas, Bent Willow Furniture, Candles, Music CDs, Readings, Encaustic Paintings, Felted Art, Spun Wool, Garden Art, Rugs, Pillows, Antiques, Pumpkins & Squashes, and more!