Trick or Treat Craft Fair
Saturday October 24th
Wear a costume and do a little early trick or treating!
Due to COVID-19, all group events at the Morris Farm were cancelled for the spring and summer.
We have talked to Gordon Bok and will try to reschedule his concert for the early summer of 2021.
Farm camps are planned to resume in February, 2021, at this time.
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Saturday, October 31st
Bring your best carved pumpkin - we will be voting and the winner gets a prize! Cider, and treats served. Also the movie, "Night of the Living Dead" will be playing (hopefully in the farm field)! Dress warm and bring a blanket! Candy bag for all pumpkin gallery participants. We will also be doing a raffle. Please remember your mask, as we will be practicing CDC guidelines!
Wednesdays, 9am (April to October)
Our Master Gardener group gathers for 2-3 hours to work in the garden. The season starts in April and ends in October. The vegetables that we raise are donated to local food pantries. To volunteer, contact Lori Ann Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dam Jam Fiddlers
Join the Dam Jam Fiddlers practice. They play a mix of New England Contra Dance, Quebecois, Irish, Scottish, and old time tunes. Intermediate and advanced level jam, but all levels and ages welcome. Call Nancy Parker 207-563-8455.
2nd & 4th Thursdays, 5:30pm
For all levels! Beginners can learn how to spin with the support of a knowledgeable group. More experienced folks: practice spinning for knitting or any other related fiber craft while in good company.
Gardeners have access 24-7
The gardening season begins in May, after the plots have been tilled. (No till gardening is also available, if properly maintained.) To rent a plot call the office at 882-4080.
Calendar of Events
Here's what we have going on at the farm! If you are interested in any of these events, check out each event, above, for more detailed information, which will include event descriptions and how to sign up!