This post has been sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs but all opinions expressed are my own.
The Festival at the Farm is a weekend-long event with live music, food, and fun activities for the whole family!
Sometimes words cannot express what only eyes can see (right?), so I took quite a few picture to share all the fun that went on during this years Festival at the Farm.
But first things first...
Huge thanks to Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs for putting together such an amazing family event. When I say family, I mean... there were babies, toddlers, kiddos, teens, mom and dads, grandparents, single folks, the Festival at the Farm is really a place for everyone! This event was truly a community coming together type of event, that was possible by the efforts of Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs.
Music makes the world go round!
Oh so true! From the moment you entered the gates, you were immediately showered with an incredible vibe coming from the stage. The crowd gathered, cheered and danced to the music of many talented musicians and bands such as Amos Lee, Trampled by Turtles, Dawes, Mandolin Orange, Amy Helm and many more!
and the FOOD...
Don’t let me get started on the food!
From drinks, to snacking, treats to full meals, the Festival at the Farm had something for everyone. I am certainly guilty of making a few too many stops, but then again how could I not!
Some of my favorites were; Oath Pizza, Yommi Hand-Crafted Superfood Popsicles, Honest Tea, Rx Bar and Decas Farm cranberry treats! But there were soooo many other local food and drinks, as well as Farmers Market!
Shop, shop, SHOP!
Is it just me or shopping adds to the fun? Well, the Festival at the Farm had many local vendors, unique shops, natural products, clothes, artsy items, toys, home goods and so much more! I personally couldn’t stay away from Lazy Daze Lavender Fields’ table and came home with a few 🙂
Kids, Shows, Music & Art
Did you know that kids had their own stage with music, magic, animals and games? Yep. The fun was contagious even if you didn’t have little ones with you, it was great to watch them run around freely.
Off course I had to stop to say hello to my friends at Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs table and get a shirt for everyone in my family... and a hat, and pen, sticker and sun glasses too. Well, you know what I mean... the Festival at the Farm was a great deal of fun and I cannot wait until 2019 to go back again!