Want to go NATIVE in your own backyard? Learn the whys and hows of using native plants in your yard to give Nature a hand! Bill Kenny, landscape architect, wetland and soil scientist and owner of NATIVE plant nursery in Fairfield, will lead us in this discussion. This class is FREE, but registration is required. For more info and to register click HERE
This outdoor program allows students in grades 5-8 to ‘un-plug’ from the digital world and reconnect with nature. It’s great for kids who like to ‘get their hands dirty’ while learning about the environment and having fun at the same time. For more info and to register click HERE
Elementary school children in our Homesteaders’ club are thrilled to experience real farming and gardening activities, including planting and harvesting along with farm animal care. For more info and to register, click HERE
This very special evening with Chef Brian Lewis of The Cottage and OKO restaurants, features a seasonally inspired four-course menu that celebrates the bounty of spring in Connecticut. For more info and to register, click HERE
Kids ages 6+ will have an amazing time learning how to make and decorate their own colorful floral cupcake bouquets in this special Sunday baking class, with Chef Adrianna Robles of Good Morning Cupcake!
Space is limited for the maximum hands-on experience
For more info and to register, click HERE
Join us Saturday, April 20th from 10am-12pm for Wakeman Town Farm’s 2nd Annual EGGstravaganza.
This fun family event celebrates some EGGcellent traditions. We'll open the event with an EGG hunt for ages 0-4 and 5+ and will continue the fun with EGG themed games and crafts. Kids will get a chance to get up close and personal with the Farm’s bunnies and chicks and of course Big Bunny will make a visit.
Remember to BYOB- bring your own baskets for egg hunting!
Space is limited at this this year's event. Please purchase tickets in advance
Admission is $20 per family.
Join us for a fun and flavorful lunch and learn with Indian Home Cook, Parul Kamboj, of Parul’s Kitchenette as we learn how to make Rajma Curry, a popular dish with a kidney bean base. For more info and to register, click HERE
In Partnership with the Westport Library, Join Westporters Marge Perry and David Bonom on Thursday, April 18th, as they discuss their new book, Hero Dinners: Complete One-Pan Meals That Save the Day. Click HERE for more info
In this casual lunchtime class, we will take advantage of local fruits and vegetables as we learn how to prepare a selection of bright and nutritious Mediterranean salads with Liz Rueven, a CT-based food blogger who focuses on using seasonal and local ingredients. For more info and to register click HERE
Join us for an hour of quality time each week with your child on the farm, while connecting with other children and caregivers in the community. Registration begins 3/13 at 9:00am. For more info and registration links click HERE
We were thrilled by the great community turnout and interest for Sefra Alexandra’s seed saving event.
Click here to download a handy one-sheeter created by the Farm’s own Master Gardener Alice Ely to help you start your own onions.
This very special dinner experience features an informative and lively conversation about our sustainable seafood system with a gorgeous meal. It will be presented by Rowayton Seafood owner and avid fisherman Kevin Conroy and Rowayton Seafood’s fishing community partners whose mission it is to support healthy oceans and promote species regeneration. Thursday, March 21. For More info click HERE
Join Louise Washer, president of the Norwalk River Watershed Association, and Mary Ellen Lemay, Facilitator for the Hudson to Housatonic Conservation Partnership (H2H) on Monday March 11 at 7pm. They will talk about what pollinators need to thrive, why their populations are in decline, and how to get a Pollinator Pathway started in your town. For more info and to register for this FREE event, Click HERE
The Southport Globe Onion Initiative: Reviving the Prolific Heirloom in Westport
Come peel back the layers with us at the Farm on Monday March 4, for an evening with The Seed Huntress, Sefra Alexandra, as she discusses her quest to revitalize the noble Southport Globe Onion, a regional staple heirloom that brought wealth and prominence to our historic agricultural area. For more info and registration, click HERE
Back by popular demand, We’ve added a second free workshop so you can get a jump on Spring and attract Monarch Butterflies to your garden this Summer!
Make your own “mini-greenhouse” in a bottle to start milkweed seedlings.
Instructions and supplies provided.
Although this class is FREE, registration is required. Click HERE for more info and to register