Welcome to Case-Barlow Farm!

Case-Barlow Farm aims to be a regional model of historic preservation and adaptive reuse. We engage the community in an authentic interactive experience, offering a perspective of events, issues, and people of the Western Reserve from the past to the present. Case-Barlow Farm will connect people with history, arts, and culture. We enhance the educational and cultural offerings of the region, and we captivate the learning mind!

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CBF appreciates the many volunteers who support the mission of preserving the history of Hudson with time, talent and money.  Some current opportunities for volunteers include writing about farm life,  interviewing folks who knew the Case and Barlow families and helping with the inventory of interesting artifacts. Please contact the farm if you are interested in helping.

Fun for all ages at the 2019 CBF Easter Egg Hunt.  If you have any photos or comments that you would share, please email them to casebarlowfarm@gmail.com.

Case-Barlow Farm invited families to enjoy the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the historic farm on Saturday, April 20.  Hundreds of folks participated.  Now you can help CBF get ready for the 2020 Easter Egg Hunt by donating your empty plastic eggs to be reused again.

Second Sunday Open Houses return to Case-Barlow Farm on Sunday, May 12 from 1:00 to 4:00.  Stop by the free event to share in the celebration of mothers current and past.

In honor of the British Queen Mother Victoria's 200th birthday May 24, 1919  make a Victorian posy. The Victorians backed their flowers with starched lace making a small bouquet called a posy.  Each flower had it own message.  Kathleen, M. Gips wrote a a complete dictionary of the meaning of the herbs and flowers, trees and shrubs used in the Victorian times in her book book "The Language of Flowers: a Book of Victorian Floral Sentiments". Gips writes "Verbal expression of ardor was discouraged in the proper Victorian cultures, so the silent floral language became an acceptable and often preferred way to express many sentiments including love, hate, jealousy, friendship, gratitude, happiness and grief".

Want to know if your family has British royal blood? Hudson Genealogical Study Group representatives will be on hand to show resources  to search for your ancestors. Those visiting will have the opportunity to have your family photo taken.  American Legion Auxiliary representatives will be accepting donations for their commemorative poppies. Case-Barlow root beer will also be available.