First Fridays at the Farm
Each month, the program has a different theme that features family-friendly educational experiences designed to teach life skills that were important to a Texas farm in the 19th century.
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
$3 per person (3 years and older)
Nash Farm, 626 Ball Street, Grapevine, TX 76051
Registrations is required and space is limited.
January 5, Noodle Soup – Prepare noodles for a big pot of warm winter chicken noodle soup on the wood fired stove;
February 2, Washington’s Birthday – Celebrate George Washington’s birthday with refreshments and games;
March 2, Kites – Build a 19th century paper kite;
April 6, Gardening – Plan and plant a kitchen garden;
May 4, Decoration Day – Craft paper flowers and honor Grapevine’s ancestors;
June 1, Fun & Games – Play games, make clay marbles and other homemade toys;
July 6, Keeping Cool –Learn how settlers on the Grape Vine Prairie kept cool in the Texas summer heat
August 3, Meme’s Pickles –Make “Meme’s Pickles” with the last of the summer harvest;
September 7, Frontier Travel – Pack a trunk for the farmhands’ journey;
October 5, Cowboy Cooking – Cowhands stop at the farm to cook cowboy cuisine;
November 2, Farm Animals – Care for farm animals and learn their purpose on the farm and
December 7, Christmas Decorating – Decorate the farmhouse while enjoying cookies and cider.
To register or for more information about the First Friday at the Farm series, visit www.NashFarm.org.