Upcoming Events

Probstfield Organic Community Garden Gardener Sign-Ups
March 19 & 20, 2017 (Returning Gardeners)
April 2 & 3, 2017 (New Gardeners)
Times & Locations TBD

Annual Meeting & Spring Picnic
May 8, 2017 (Rainout date May 11, 2017)
5:00 PM ~ 7:30 PM
Come out to the farm for a picnic supper, and wagon rides on the hay wagon! Wagon rides and a garden seedling exchange start at 5:00PM. Picnic supper at 6:00PM. Board President’s Annual Address at 6:30PM, annual membership meeting to follow.

Sunday Supper
September 10, 2017
4:00 PM ~ 10:30 PM
It’s time to take action, let’s eat! A farm to table fundraiser to be held on the farm. Sunday Supper will be cooked by some of your favorite local chefs in the Fargo/Moorhead area.  Social hour starts at 4:00pm. $80 per plate. *Eventbrite adds a $6 processing fee.
Proceeds go directly to the restoration of the Probstfield family log house.

Pick-Your-Own Heirloom Squash & Pumpkin Patch
***Tentative 2017 Dates***
September 15, 16, 23, 24, 30
October 1, 7, 8
11:00 AM ~ 3:00 PM
An heirloom plant is a cultivar that has been nurtured, selected and handed down from one family member to another for many generations. Come learn about heirloom squash, and see their beautiful colors, shapes and sizes.

Harvest Festival
Sept 30, 2017 (No rainout date!)
1:00 PM ~ 5:00 PM
Here’s a chance for you and your family to experience harvest time from an earlier era. Pick-your-own pumpkin patch, wagon rides, farm activities, harvest food treats, and live music.  We are excited to welcome the civil war reenactors back this fall!

Historic Plowing Bee
2017 Dates TBD
Join the Lake Agassiz Two-Cylinder Club and Probstfield Farm Living History Foundation for an old fashioned Plowing Bee!  Bring a tractor and plow to help out, or bring a lawnchair to watch!  FREE event for spectators.  Tractor drivers who wish to register a tractor/plow unit should contact info@probstfieldfarm.org, free-will registration donations are appreciated!  Coffee and cider will be provided.

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