2024
EVENT CALENDAR

WHAT'S HAPPENING at STONE BANK FARM 

2024
WINTER EVENTS

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT STONE BANK FARM

FEBRUARY

9-10:30a and 11a-12:30p, snack included
Join Eleanor Keeler from E.Keeler Art and Mill House Goods for a fun lineup of artfully curated classes both you and your little one can enjoy. Learn the art of block printing and take home your very own original tea towel. A fun way for you to enjoy functional art with your little one or have a creative evening with friends and make something you will love to use every day! *All supplies included. Register

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Block Printing Tea Towel Art Workshop - Kids & Caregiver

6-7:30p, includes mocktails, local bread & cheeses
Join Eleanor Keeler from E.Keeler Art and Mill House Goods for a fun lineup of artfully curated classes both you and your little one can enjoy. Learn the art of block printing and take home your very own original tea towel. A fun way for you to enjoy functional art with your little one or have a creative evening with friends and make something you will love to use every day! *All supplies included. Register

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Block Printing Tea Towel Art Workshop - Adults

MARCH

9-10:30a and 11-12:30p, includes snack
Join Eleanor Keeler from E.Keeler Art and Mill House Goods for a fun how-to walking kids through the steps to roll their own candles from beeswax sheets. Register

4

Rolled Taper Candles Workshop - Kids & Caregivers

11a-12:30p
Participate in this hands-on workshop to flavor small batch green tea kombucha with cold-pressed sprouted juice. You'll learn the health benefits including how this mix can support your gut health. Workshop taught by Sprouted Juice and Shoe's Brew Kombucha. Register

5

Sprouted Juice meets Shoe's Brew Kombucha

11a-12:30p
Learn how to pull together a classic Wisconsin Fish Fry using seasonal cooking techniques. We’ll talk about the importance of sourcing sustainable seafood and what to look for when buying fish as well as discuss how to master the art of perfectly crisp and flavorful fried fish. Register

7

Seasonally Inspired Fish Fry

6-7:30p, includes mocktails, local bread and cheeses
Join Eleanor Keeler from E.Keeler Art and Mill House Goods to learn the art of trivet weaving to take home your very own original woven pot holder. All supplies provided. Register

8

Rolled Taper Candles Workshop - Adults

APRIL

9-10:30a and 11-12:30p, includes snack
Join Eleanor Keeler from E.Keeler Art and Mill House Goods to learn the art of trivet weaving to take home your very own original woven pot holder. All supplies provided. Register

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Handmade Trivet Art Workshop - Ages 3+

11a-12:30p
Learn to broaden your culinary horizons with simple pan reductions, egg-based sauces like mayonnaise, and oil-based sauces like pestos and salsas. Menu includes: Lemon-herb pan sauce to garnish pan–roasted chicken, classic Italian salsa verde, and Caesar dressing.. Register

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Culinary Sauces Class

6-7:30p, includes mocktails, local bread and cheeses
Join Eleanor Keeler from E.Keeler Art and Mill House Goods for a fun how-to walking kids through the steps to roll their own candles from beeswax sheets. Register

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Intro to Still Life Painting Workshop - Adults

Wednesdays, 9a-10:30a
Get ready to explore Stone Bank Farm with your preschooler! Each class will be hands-on and have seasonally themed activities. Classes are purchased a la carte. Class dates |  Register

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Kids on the Farm Tender Sprout Classes start!

April 30 - June 6, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10a-12:30p
We're now offering a 6 week camp-style session for 6-12 year olds. Pack your kids' lunch and drop them off at the farm. Sign up for the entire 6 weeks! Learn more |  Register

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Kids on the Farm Wild Things Spring Camp starts!

MAY

11a-12:30p
Learn the fundamentals of fresh pasta, including selecting the right flour, mixing, rolling, shaping, and cooking fresh pasta. Whether you’re a pasta pro or a beginner with a can-do attitude, this class will provide a comprehensive foundation to elevate your pasta-making skills. See menu and register

9

Fresh Pasta Cooking Class - back by popular demand!

The plant sale will run May 10 - 11.

10

Spring Plant Sale May 10 - 11

JUNE

11a-12:30p
More information and registration coming soon.

6

Summer Farm to Table Cooking Class

More information and registration coming soon.

21

Night on the Farm

More information and registration coming soon.

27

Dinner in the Barn

JULY

More information and registration coming soon.

18

Night on the Farm

AUGUST

More information and registration coming soon.

16

Night on the Farm

SEPTEMBER

More information and registration coming soon.

19

Night on the Farm

OCTOBER

More information and registration coming soon.

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Night on the Farm

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How do I buy tickets?

At Stone Bank Farm Market.

What if all the tickets are sold out?

No worries! Bring a lawn chair, friends, family, neighbors and enjoy live music, drinks, ice cream and preorder a seasonal salad.

Do you have salads?

Yes! Preorder a seasonal salad for $15. Each salad serves approximately 4 people.

Can we bring our own drinks?

Sorry, state law prohibits carry-ins.

Can I bring my dog?

We love animals, but no dog visitors on event days.

Where do I park?

In the back pasture behind the greenhouses.

What time is Pizza Night?

The event opens at 5pm. Please be on time for your ticketed time slot. Example: a 5:30pm ticket allows for making your pizza between 5:30-6pm.

Pizza night faqs

We are actively seeking small shops, artists and makers to join us at next year’s Homegrown Market! To see photos of previous year’s events, check out our Facebook page.

Do you want to be a vendor? Email us and include any images, website information and links to social accounts we will find helpful to learn about your shop!

MORE DETAILS:

•The Homegrown Market will be held at Stone Bank Farm N68 W33208 County Rd K and Hwy C Stone Bank WI, 53066
•Saturday, September 12 9:00-3:00pm and Sunday, September 13 10:00-2:00pm
•A vendor space is $225 for the 2 day event
•Load in and set up: Friday 4-8pm and Saturday morning from 7-8am
•Load out: Sunday immediately following event
•You will have access to electricity but will need to bring your own lights, power strips, extension cords, etc
•You must furnish your own tables, chairs, display materials, signs, etc. 
•Vendors may leave their tables and or canopy frame overnight at your own risk
•Indoor vendor spaces are 8’ farm table which is provided for use if desired
•Outdoor spaces are 10’x10’ and vendor must provide tent
•There will be no arriving late and no leaving early. If you have not arrived by 8:00am Saturday morning, The Homegrown Market reserves the right to change your original booth assignment
•This is a rain or shine event. We plan to host the event outdoors but can accommodate all vendors with indoor booth spaces in the chance of poor weather conditions  

VENDOR FAQs

•The Market will be held at Stone Bank Farm
•Sept. 12th 9am-3pm and Sept, 13th 10am-2pm
•A vendor space is $225 for the 2 day event
•Load in/set up: Friday 4-8pm and Saturday 7-8am
•Load out: Sunday immediately following event
•You will have access to electricity but need to bring your own lights, power strips, ext. cords, etc.
•You must furnish your own tables, chairs, display materials, signs, etc. 
•Vendors may leave their tables and or canopy frame overnight at your own risk
•Indoor vendor spaces are 8’ farm table which is provided for use if desired
•Outdoor spaces are 10’x10’ - vendor to provide tent
•There will be no arriving late and no leaving early. 
•This is a rain or shine event.