• Sep 18, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    Hudson, 1931 Barlow Rd, Hudson, OH 44236, USA
    Come one, come all to the 2022 Fall Harvest Fest for families of all ages. Experience old-fashioned fun, pet small farm animals, take a relaxing hayride and listen to blue grass and country music. Craftsmen's demos, games and crafts. Admission covers all activities, food available to purchase.

Case-Barlow Farm holds an annual Farm Fest inviting the community to experience life on the farm and learn more about the history and crafts of The Western Reserve.  A major fund raiser for Case-Barlow Farm, the annual Farm Fest has been enjoyed by thousands of participants for over 25 years.  

View HCTV's video of the Case-Barlow 2018 Farm Fest.

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Western Reserve Community Band

Sunday- July 10, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

The Western Reserve Community Band and Case Barlow Farm presents a Teddy Bear Childrens Concert in the barn from 1:00 - 1:45 pm.  We welcome children of all ages --parents and grandparents too!  Bring a favorite Teddy Bear, Stuffed Animal, Doll, or Action Figure to join in the fun.  WRCB will hand out free flags to all the children.  Conductor Ralph Meyer, who founded the band in 1997, says the children and their families will enjoy familiar tunes from television, recent movies, patriotic and classical music.

Following the Children's Concert everyone is invited to stay and enjoy a Patriotic Concert starting at 2:00 pm.  Meyer said everyone will enjoy familiar and not so familiar patriotic tunes representing a variety of styles and themes.

Cool off with an authentic CBF root beer, visit the historical farmhouse, walk the grounds and enjoy this exciting presentation in the farm's "Big Red" barn.

The open house is free, but donations are graciously accepted.  Refreshments and locally grown produce will be available for sale.

Magician Rick Smith

Sunday- August 14, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Magician Rick Smith, will be performing his magic and illusions for everyone at CBF.  The open house is free, but donations are graciously accepted.  Watch the website for details of his show time. 

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Fresh Produce from the Farm 

Wednesdays- Now through September

 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Farm Fresh Produce, baked goods, and fresh eggs are all available for purchase, depending on availability.  Every Wednesday from Mid-June through September, the cart will be located on the driveway of Case Barlow Farm House at  1931 Barlow Road, Hudson, OH.  In case of rain, the cart will be located inside of the Wagon Barn (up the driveway). All proceeds go to maintaining and refurbishing Case Barlow Farm.


Case Barlow Farm Fall Fest

Sunday- September 18, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Fall Harvest Fest for families of all ages.  Experience old-fashioned fun, pet small farm animals, take a relaxing hayride and listen to blue grass and country music.  Craftsmen showing the skills of the past will be on hand to share their trades.  Games for all include duck races on gutters, apple bobbing, pumpkin bowling, ride'm and rope'm, giant apple sling shot and so much more.  Admission fee covers all activities.  Don't miss the old-fashioned root beer floats, hot dogs, cookies, nibbles and ice cones which are on hand for you to purchase.  Rain or shine.  Come early and stay the entire day! Look for more information to come.

  • Small Farm Animals to Pet

  • Hay Rides

  • Folk Songs and Music

  • Blacksmith

  • Candle Making

  • Games for Children

  • Pumpkin Bowling

  • Duck Races

  • Food Available for Purchase

  • Admission fee covers all activities.

  • This is an outdoor event, rain or shine. Dress for the weather.

  • Fields may be muddy. Allow time to walk over from the Barlow Farm Park parking lots.

  • No Registration Needed.



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Case-Barlow Farm and the Easter Bunny have a great adventure waiting for you on Saturday, April 16th at 11am at Case-Barlow Farm, 1931 Barlow Road in Hudson. 


Children ages 10 and under can hunt for Easter Eggs around the farm’s 5 acres.  Using their own baskets for collection, children can find plastic eggs, then exchange those eggs and receive an awesome treat bag courtesy of Burton D. Morgan Foundation.

The Case-Barlow Farm Easter Egg Hunt is free to the public.  But pre-registration is required to participate, this will save you time at check in and helps CBF plan for the children's treat bags.  It is a farm, and neither the farm members nor the Easter Bunny can change the weather, so please have children dress accordingly.  This may mean boots if it has been raining. 

The hunt will start promptly at 11am, so arrive early enough to be ready for the action.  Toddlers will be invited to hunt first, followed by the older children.  Parents must accompany all children to the event.

Following the hunt, children will have the opportunity to visit with the Easter Bunny and snap a photo if they like.  

And on Saturday, April 16th, don’t forget your Easter Basket to join in the fun.



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Santa visited with children and their families. CBF's annual tradition was held in the newly renovated bank barn. Santa visited with children and reservations were a must.  


Complimentary hot cocoa was available to warm your tummies.

Through the generosity of the Streetsboro Home Depot, each child will receive a wooden toy to take home to assemble.

Registration filled up quickly for this event.



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 Attendees  enjoyed tea sandwiches, assorted teas, pumpkin or asparagus soups and special tea desserts.  A violinist provided  music throughout the event, and a florist provided instruction so all attendees could create a beautiful holiday floral arrangement.  

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The Gingerbread Tea was an event designed for children and adults.  Each child must be accompanied by a parent or adult, as they enjoy a hot chocolate "tea" as well as a chance to make a special holiday ornament.  All enjoyed Christmas Carols as well as special gingerbread treats.  Each child was asked to bring a doll or toy to share in their special day. 


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A Winter Wonderland Open House was held on Sunday, December 19 at Case-Barlow Farm. The open house showcased over 25 beautifully decorated Christmas trees that have adorned the farm's Big Red Barn and event space for various Case-Barlow Farm holiday activities this season.  Hudson Girl Scout Troops 90406 and 90864 decorated a tree with upcycled ornaments that they made.  The decorated trees, Santa's sleigh and the ambiance of the lighted barn made a breathtaking backdrop for your holiday photos and posts.  In need of an event space in the future, here is a chance to view Case-Barlow Farm's barn in all its glory!



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Case-Barlow Farm's Annual Toboggan Party is set for Saturday, February 19th at Case-Barlow Farm located at 1931 Barlow Road in Hudson. Toboggans will be available from the farm, but participants may bring their own.  


The farm's rolling hill provides an excellent spot to enjoy this fun, winter activity.  No snow on February 19th, no problem!  A "snow date" make-up will be February 26th.

This event is free to the public. And includes a chance to warm up in the farm's Big Red barn with hot cocoa and cookies.


"There are so many things to enjoy at Case-Barlow Farm.  Tobogganing is an activity that might have taken place in a very similar way when the farm was first developed. Case-Barlow Farm is continuing to offer these recreational activities to enable residents to learn more about farm life.  The event is free for all, but donations to Case-Barlow are always welcome.

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Military History Open House

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On Sunday, June 12, from 1 pm to 4 pm history buffs and interested residents alike are invited to Case-Barlow Farm, 1931 Barlow Road, to hear stories of Hudson's connection to the military and American history.  View military memorabilia, see military uniforms from different eras, plus original maps of the advancement lines of the 3rd Army.

At 2 pm, guest speaker, Karen Baglieri, will be discussing her father’s secret mission in WWII.  Karen has been featured on TV5 News. Karen’s father was a member of the “First Special Service Force”, a unique, elite fighting unit in WWII.  It combined American and Canadian soldiers.  Every modern-day special force unit can trace its roots to this group.  About 1,800 men were in this elite group, but they accounted for 12,000 German causalities and 7,000 more who were captured.  The enemy called this unit the “Devils’ Brigade.”.

Sheryl Sheatzley will follow telling of her father-in-law, John R. Sheatzley, who grew up in Canton, Oh., being one of 10 children.  John was 26 years old when he entered the service as a Technical Sergeant in the 4th Armored Division, 3rd Army, where he rode under General Patton.  He was the recipient of the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. John entered combat at Utah Beach in July 1944, his unit fought their way across Normandy, Northern France, all the way through Central Europe.  He was with Patton at the Battle of the Bulge, marching 150 miles in 19 days.  Open discussion will follow both presentations. The open house is free, but donations are graciously accepted. 

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