Festival AT THE FARM 2023
At Barringer Family Farms
With Festival at the Farm 2023, Zeitgeist continues its partnership with Barringer Family Farms, bringing people together through innovative and welcoming performance experiences that promote sustainability and celebrate country living.
BARRINGER FAMILY FARMS
N4815 810th St
Ellsworth, WI 54011
About the artists, farmers, chefs, program notes, and menu
TABLE with SOD HOUSE THEATER
Saturday, September 30
4:30 Grounds Open
The TABLE has always been the most important place to connect family and friends. The food we eat there tells us who we are and who we were. Join Sod House Theater in their latest family friendly experiential event created by Sarah Agnew, along with Kimberly Richardson, Elise Langer, Maren Ward, Delvina Logeais, Tessa Dahlgren and Emma Bauer with music composed by Eric Jensen and performed by Simone Perrin.
TABLE will feature farm fresh food supplied by Barringer Family Farms, Oxheart Farms, Rising Sun Farm and Orchard, Red Horse Bakery at Baldur Farm, Udder Hills Meats, and Warm Springs Farm prepared by local chefs. Join us at the TABLE for an evening of feasting, fellowship, song and shenanigans while you are taken good care of by the most entertaining catering crew in the tri-state area.
New works by Todd Harper
Sunday, October 1
4:30 Grounds Open
Composer, improvisor, and painter Todd Harper centers the natural world and ecology in his artistic practice. This past summer, he has been creating a trio of water color graphic scores inspired by time spent on the grounds of Barringer Family Farms. The paint is now dry and we're ready to play them. Come join us for this colorful premiere!
Barringer Family Farms is a third generation family farm located in the verdant Trimbelle River valley in western Wisconsin. They grow vegetables, hay, CBD hemp products, present arts and education events, and host community celebrations.
Barringer Family Farms centers the production of healthy and delicious food in a sustainable manner that nourishes our customers, improves our land, and connects with community. Their food can be purchased at local farmer's markets, through a CSA, online, or at the farm.
NOTICE: A person who observes or participates in an agricultural tourism activity on this property assumes the risks inherent in the agricultural tourism activity. Risks inherent in the agricultural tourism activity may include conditions on the land, the unpredictable behavior of farm animals, the ordinary dangers associated with equipment used in farming operations, and the potential that a participant in the agricultural tourism activity may act in a negligent way that may contribute to injury or death. The agricultural tourism provider is not liable for the injury or death of a person involved in an agricultural tourism activity resulting from those inherent risks.