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!

 Due to construction, the August Farm Club Movie Night will not be held.   Coming Farm Club events:  making Ghost Gardens in October, a Turkey Tot Trot in November and an invitation to visit Santa in the Big Red Barn.

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Congratulations to Meghan who won the large Cracker Jack bag (with  surprises inside).  Thanks to all who came and helped with our 2018 Open Houses!

 

 

CASE-BARLOW FARM FALL HARVEST FEST POSTPONED TWO WEEKS

The National Weather Service has issued a flood alert for our area. 

Regretfully, Case-Barlow Farm Board of Trustees has elected to postpone the Fall Harvest Fest originally scheduled for September 9. 

The new date is Sunday, September 23 from noon to 5 pm.  

Teens are welcome to earn service hours.  Volunteer online at :

"www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0d4baeaa2da6ff2-farm"

We look forward to seeing everyone then. 

The   20th annual Case-Barlow Farm Fall Harvest Fest will delight all ages on Sunday, September 9 from 12 noon to 5:00 pm at the historic farm, 1931 Barlow Road in Hudson. Admission fee of $6 per child and $8 per adult covers all the fun.

New this year is the Wood Shop Committee at Laurel Lake who will be demonstrating and interacting with the guests to use and experience old-fashioned hand saws, planes and various tools used on the farm in early days. Also participating will be the 19th Ohio Light Artillery Civil War unit along with Sue Wheeler, a civil war musician and vocalist. During the American Civil War, music played a prominent role on both sides of the conflict. Music was a diversion away from the bloodshed and tensions that came with fighting.

Favorites of the past years will return for your enjoyment: they include Ride’em & Rope’em, Hudson Hoppers, Feed the Pig, hay wagon rides, horse rides and many farm animals. Also Birds in Flight Raptor Center will showcase rescued wildlife birds and Herps Alive will be an interactive reptile and amphibian experience not to be missed.

Farm house tours and demonstrations of old-fashion crafts such as weaving, quilling, chair canning, seat weaving, bread making, and rug hooking. The quilt show features various patterns and techniques.

Refreshments for purchase include hot dogs, cookies, snacks, and ice cones, drinks and, of course, the famous Case Barlow Farm Root Beer floats.

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