2019 Barn Dance Success!

The 10th annual Barn Dance Fundraiser was a hit! With 175 people in attendance, the event raised about $13,000 for the non-profit organization, Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership.

Watch the video below to see how barn dance attendees kicked up their heels and rocked the dance floor while our very own Justin Palm (Valerie Klessig’s husband) played with the band, Reckless Remedy! Wow, can you feel the energy in that barn!

We hope you can join us for future barn dances. We can assure you, it will be a night to remember!

Join Us At The 2018 Barn Dance

Join us for the 9th annual Barn Dance!

Saturday, September 15, 2018

5:30-10:30 p.m.

Saxon Homestead Farm

Click here to buy tickets!

2018 Barn Dance schedule:

5:30 – 6:00 p.m. Registration & Walk About
Explore the farm and engage in conversation, explore interpretive displays in the tent. 

6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Farm to Barn Smorgasbord
Enjoy a locally grown, sourced, and prepared meal.

6:30 – 7:00 p.m. Presentation
Presentation on who we are and what we do. Raffle drawing.

7:30 – 10:30 p.m. Barn Dance & Community Celebration
Dance the night away to the music of the band Reckless Remedy.

Visit the LNRP Barn Dance webpage for more information

 

Another Successful Barn Dance!

Thanks to everyone who helped make this year’s Partnering for Progress annual barn dance a success at our farm! This annual event supports Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership, Gathering Waters, and the Wisconsin School for Beginning Dairy and Livestock Farmers. A big thanks to the band Copper Box for keeping the dance floor hoppin’ all evening! Here’s a video of the band with special guest Justin Palm!

 

2017 Super Cub Fly In on the farm

We had a wonderful time hosting folks from the 2017 New Holstein Super Cub Fly In this past weekend! Thank you to all the Supercub.org pilots, their families and friends, and to our community members for visiting our farm! It was an honor to host you all. Our 97-year-old grandmother, Margret, the farm matriarch, especially enjoyed watching the planes land in our pastures. Maybe by next year’s fly in Robert Klessig will have made those bumper stickers that say, “Real pilots have cow manure on their wheels”!