2019 Farm Events

Friday Sept 6th/Saturday Sept 7th – CLOSED FOR A PRIVATE EVENT

Special Cajun Theme Happy Hour September 13th 5-8 PM 

Don’t worry, this is going to be a very lucky Cajun night all around.
Ray and Sujan are cooking up a pork jambalaya with corn bread and sauteed greens. Plate is $18 in advance but $20 day of at the door, so make your reservation now! Dessert from scratch, vegetarian options and of course NYS beer, wine and kombucha on tap. LIVE MUSIC by the Bunkhouse Boys! PLEASE HELP US PLAN AND MAKE SURE WE DO NOT SELL OUT BY GETTING YOUR RESERVATION IN!!

The Bunkhouse Boys are known for delivering straight and true Creole and Cajun music in all its richness of polyrhythms, twists, and unusual turns of phrase. Bunkhouse Boys show how much can be done as a lean band of just four musicians without assistance of a full backline of bass and drums. The players are Mark Sagar on guitar, Roger Weiss on fiddle, Laren Droll on accordion, and Maggie McManus on triangle and rub-board. Bunkhouse Boys are from the Hudson Valley region of New York but have been committed to the roots of traditional Creole music for many years including many pilgrimages made to Cajun country in southwest Louisiana.

Nine Pin Cider Happy Hour with a Cider Inspired Menu Free Cider Tastings 9/20 5-8 PM

We are so happy to have Albany’s own, the fabulous Nine Pin Cidery at the farm, featuring some of their best and innovative ciders and a free tasting! We will have a great menu of cider braised pork shoulder with a winter squash medley, smoked blue cheese salad and squash soup shooter. Vegetarian options of course. Plus apple cider whoopie pies for dessert. It gets better still – Hey Bub will be playing!! Get your tickets now!

Sunday September 15th  Sit Down Dinner with Chef Saul Bolton

We are so happy that Chef Saul Bolton makes our farm dinners a yearly tradition. A culinary past that includes 2 Michelin stars, renown restaurants like the Vanderbilt, Red Gravy, and now the Norm at the Brooklyn Museum, he has, for the past 4 years, created a masterpiece of a Sunday afternoon meal at the farm. A true culinary artist, a long time friend of Ray, we are so lucky we get him to ourselves for an afternoon. Five courses, passed canapes start at 1:30,sit down dinner at 2:00. Wine pairings by Ulster County’s Gabriel Weinstein will be additional. We are so looking forward to this one. Service and tax included. No refunds, dinner goes on rain or shine. Grab your seat, we will sell out!