Electrical Upgrade
Picture This Donation
WRA at Case Barlow Farm
 Author Tracy Chevalier
WRA at Case Barlow Farm
Faulkner and Karslake

Case-Barlow Farm welcomes the many organizations and individuals who support and enhance the facilities and programs at the farm.  Thanks to these and many others who have partnered with CBF. Call the farm to see how you can help.

 

The Burton D. Morgan Foundation granted funds to update the much need electrical service. Wiring was missing and outdated in so many areas. With the Morgan Foundation grant, the wagon shed and granary had new external and internal circuits, outlets and lighting added. Security lighting was also upgraded giving the flexibility for outdoor programming and entertaining. Even the garage was updated and now enjoys increased capabilities. With the enhanced wiring and lighting, we can now feel bright and safe thanks to the foundation’s generous grant.

 

Keith Curley, Liz Murphy and Kristina Roegner published a photo collections “Picture Hudson, A Photo Review of Hudson Ohio” capturing the history and charm of our city. Many citizens donated photographs that are included in this book. When creating this coffee table picture book of Hudson, the authors agreed that all the profits would be donated to Hudson charities and causes. CBF is so thankful that they chose CBF to be one of the recipients.

 

Students from Hudson High School, other schools and Western Reserve Academy students  have given countless hours of time with specific projects and Service Days.  Service hours are available for students anytime for individual projects, as well as group and planned events.   Call to volunteer.

 

The Learned Owl hosted Tracy Chevelier reading from her book The Last Runaway in the wagon shed. Local author Jill A Grunenwald for a book signing of her new book Images of Modern American: Hudson.

 

Angela Strach-Gotthardt presents her Secret Tea Society salons at CBF and the Moonlight and Madness event.

 

Barb Faulkner and Lucy Karslake plan a show for the Hudson Society of Artists.  Individual artists have displayed their art in the house,   Pop-Up Art shows showcased various artists.  Working artists have painted historical celebrities at the annual Farm Fests.