First Fridays at the Farm
Each month, the program has a different theme that highlights the heritage skills that you could use to enrich your life today.
First Friday Each Month: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Nash Farm, 626 Ball Street, Grapevine, TX 76051
Cost: $3 per person for three years and older
Event website or 817-410-3185
Registration is required. Participants of all ages are encouraged to attend.
10 a.m. – 12 p.m. (See dates below)
$3 per person (3 years and older)
Each month, this program presents a different theme that highlights the heritage skills that you could use to enrich your life today. Registrations is required and space is limited.
February 3, Presidents Day Celebrations
Learn how holidays were celebrated differently in the Victorian era, with communities holding George Washington Birthday parties and dances.
March 3, Spring Gardening
Prepare your spring garden and help the farmhands sow seeds and plant the new harvest.
April 7, Easter Traditions
Create homemade decorations for the Easter holiday and pack special picnic baskets.
May 5, Crops
Discover how crops were vital to the financial success of the farm and see what grows at Nash Farm today.
June 2, Fun & Games
Partake in traditional summer fun and play Victorian games.
July 7, Keeping Cool
Learn how settlers on the Grape Vine Prairie kept cool in the Texas summer heat.
August 4, Paper Crafts
Make Victorian paper crafts for your parlors.
September 1, Needle Arts & Textiles
Create domestic art projects that at one time would have become treasured family heirlooms and learn the finer domestic skills of needle art.
October 6, Preparing for Fall
Prepare for the changing of the season.
November 3, Campfire Cooking
Taste the flavors of the farm and learn how you can incorporate them into your next camping trip or backyard activity.
December 1, Christmas Decorating
Craft ornaments, decorate the tree and enjoy cider and cookies while preparing the farm for the Christmas season.
To register or for more information about First Friday at the Farm, visit www.NashFarm.org.