Community Calendar

Jun
1
Sat
2019 Dairy Day @ Nash Farm
Jun 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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June 1, 2019

10am-12pm

$3 per person, all ages welcome

June is National Dairy Month and Nash Farm invites you to come celebrate in true farm fashion. All ages are welcome to explore the farm and learn where milk comes from, how to milk a cow, cheese making, and how to churn your own butter. This is a great event for the whole family.

Wagon rides will be available for $1 per person.

While you’re there, explore Nash Farm and see the wonderful historical homestead that resides in Grapevine.

Jun
7
Fri
“Fun on the Farm” – First Fridays at the Farm @ Nash Farm
Jun 7 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents First Fridays at the Farm. Come and learn how things were done back on the farm. Each month focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

“Fun on the Farm”

An enjoyable event where we will play games, create clay marbles and other homemade toys.

$3 per person (ages 3+)

Registration is required and space is limited, so register online today.

Jun
29
Sat
Heritage Workshops: “1920’s ‘One-Hour’ Dress” @ Nash Farm
Jun 29 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents heritage skills for the whole family. Come learn how things were done back on the farm. Each workshop focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

1920’s “One Hour” Dress Workshop

Enjoy learning how to make your own 1920’s dress during this interactive workshop.

$35 per person

Registration is required and space is limited, please call 817 410-3185 or visit tickets.grapevineticketline.com to register today.

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Jul
5
Fri
“Keeping Cool” – First Fridays at the Farm @ Nash Farm
Jul 5 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents First Fridays at the Farm. Come and learn how things were done back on the farm. Each month focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

“Keeping Cool”

Learn how settlers on the Grape Vine Prairie kept their cool in the Texas summer heat.

$3 per person (ages 3+)

Registration is required and space is limited, so register online today.

Jul
13
Sat
1920’s Ice Cream Social @ Nash Farm
Jul 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

 

 

 

Ice Cream Social at Nash Farm

July 13, 2019
7pm

Enjoy the beauty of Nash Farm with a wonderful ice cream social to visit with friends and catch a breeze on a warm summer evening. Everyone will enjoy Victorian lawn games and ice cream, while the Lone Star String Band entertains with “old-time music – the parent music to bluegrass – with a fiddle, banjo and guitar, with high lonesome vocals.”

$5 per person

Reserve your tickets today!

Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents heritage skills for the whole family. Come learn how things were done back on the farm. Each workshop focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

Aug
2
Fri
“Pickles” – First Fridays at the Farm @ Nash Farm
Aug 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents First Fridays at the Farm. Come and learn how things were done back on the farm. Each month focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

“Pickles”

Learn how settlers on the Grape Vine Prairie used up the last of the summer harvest as we make Meme’s Pickles.

$3 per person (ages 3+)

Registration is required and space is limited, so register online today.

Sep
6
Fri
“Frontier Travel” – First Fridays at the Farm @ Nash Farm
Sep 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents First Fridays at the Farm. Come and learn how things were done back on the farm. Each month focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

“Frontier Travel”

Help the farmhands pack a truck for traveling on the frontier.

$3 per person (ages 3+)

Registration is required and space is limited, so register online today.

Oct
4
Fri
“Cowboy Cooking” – First Fridays at the Farm @ Nash Farm
Oct 4 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents First Fridays at the Farm. Come and learn how things were done back on the farm. Each month focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

“Cowboy Cooking”

Enjoy an exciting learning event as the cowhands stop at the farm to cook up some cowboy grub.

$3 per person (ages 3+)

Registration is required and space is limited, so register online today.

Oct
18
Fri
Nash Farm Barn Dance @ Nash Farm
Oct 18 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience an old-fashioned 1950’s Barn Dance at Nash Farm.

Event begins at 6:30pm with a tasty fried chicken box supper! The dance follows dinner and the live band will lead the called danced from the top of an old farm truck out by the big red barn.

There will be a pie auction, horseshoes and other fun games to play!

Bring a date or bring the family and grab your hat and boots and enjoy a boot-scootin’ fun evening at the Nash Farm Barn Dance!

$20 per person and children 5 years and under are free!


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Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County and is
a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Call 817 410-3585 for more information or visit www.nashfarm.org

Oct
19
Sat
19th Annual Fall Round-Up @ Nash Farm
Oct 19 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Join in celebrating the 19th Annual Fall Round-Up at Nash Farm. Each year, everyone enjoys a variety of activities including:

  • live music
  • heritage toys
  • kitchen gardening
  • cotton planting
  • wood carving demonstrations
  • jump rope making
  • wood stove cooking and blacksmith demonstrations
  • wagon rides
  • petting zoo
  • and a special baking contest.

It’s an opportunity  to experience life on the farm for the entire family!

Admission is FREE for all ages, but some activities may require a fee. Concessions will also be available for purchase. Additional parking is available across the street at Cannon Elementary.


Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County and is nasha unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Call 817 410-3585 for more information or visit www.nashfarm.org


Also on October 19th, everyone is invited to the 22nd Annual Butterfly Flutterby, the Grapevine Garden Club’s Plant Sale, and the Sunset Concert Series at the Grapevine Botanical Gardens.

Oct
26
Sat
Bewitched by the Barn @ Nash Farm
Oct 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Bewitched by the Barn

Step into another place and time with stories from the Tarrant Area nash2Guild of Storytellers at this family-friendly event. The stories get scarier as the sun goes down.

Registration is not required and everyone is invited to join in this spooky event at Nash Farm. Popcorn and cider will also be available.


Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Call 817 410-3585 for more information or visit www.nashfarm.org

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Nov
1
Fri
First Fridays at the Farm – “Sports and Recreation” @ Nash Farm
Nov 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in every first Friday of the month as Nash Farm presents heritage skills for the whole family.  Come learn how things were done back on the farm. Each month focuses on different skills that can still be used today.nash

“Sports and Recreation” – Come out to Nash Farm for a day of 19th century leisure sports.

$3 per person (ages 3+)

Space is limited, please call 817 410-3185 or email cjoliff@grapevinetexasusa.com to sign up.

Dec
6
Fri
“Christmas Decorating” – First Fridays at the Farm @ Nash Farm
Dec 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County. It is such a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Join in as Nash Farm presents First Fridays at the Farm. Come and learn how things were done back on the farm. Each month focuses on different skills that can still be used today.

“Christmas Decorating”

Enjoy this opportunity to decorate the farmhouse for the holidays. Everyone will enjoy cookies and cider.

$3 per person (ages 3+)

Registration is required and space is limited, so register online today.

Dec
7
Sat
Victorian Christmas Tour at Nash Farm @ Nash Farm
Dec 7 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Victorian Christmas Tour

Celebrate a Victorian Christmas at Grapevine’s Nash Farm. Visitors can explore the historic farmhouse and farm to experience how
Grapevine’s earliest settlers celebrated Christmas in Texas.

December 7, 2019

3pm – 6pm

Enjoy hot cider and cookies and everyone is invited to make a Victorian ornament to take home.

$3 per person.


Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County and is a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Call 817 410-3585 for more information or visit www.nashfarm.org

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Dec
14
Sat
Farmstead Christmas Celebration at Nash Farm @ Nash Farm
Dec 14 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Celebrate the Christmas season at Grapevine’s Nash Farm. Join the farmhands for a family celebration on the farmstead. Visitors can explore the historic farmhouse to experience how
Grapevine’s earliest settlers celebrated Christmas in Texas.

December 14, 2019

Enjoy refreshments, ornament making, traditional music and much more.

$5 per person.

Call 817-410-3558 for more information.


Nash Farm is the oldest intact farmstead in Tarrant County and is a unique place to visit and experience what life was like on the farm throughout history. They offer many events, programs, and educational series throughout the year for the whole family.

Call 817 410-3585 for more information or visit www.nashfarm.org

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