Saturday, October 7, 2023

Fall Festival at Weir River Farm

Weir River Farm Festival

About Fall Festival at Weir River Farm

Gather your friends and family and join us at Weir River Farm for our Fall Festival! Visit with our farm animals, climb aboard a tractor, and make a fall craft! Play some fun festival games, get a farm tattoo, and listen to live music! Participate in the implementation of a beautiful art installation designed by Aaron Asis and Illegal Art. Don’t forget to browse great local vendors while enjoying a delicious cider donut!

Be sure to grab food from Wanderlust food truck, Mom on the Go, and Ribpublic BBQ, enjoy ice cream from Ellie’s Treats, and sip local beer from Barrel House Z, Break Rock Brewing, and Widowmaker Brewing.

As you’re enjoying delicious food and beer, listen to live music by Peter Mundt, Crabgrass Bluegrass Band, and The Lied To’s!

While you’re here, be sure to stop by the Weir River Farm Store to purchase Trustees-Grown meat, delicious local cheeses, jams, baked goods, ice cream, and fun locally-sourced gift items.

About the Sensory-Friendly Fall Festival Hour:

From 10-11AM we will be running a Sensory-Friendly Fall Festival Hour. This hour will offer decreased participant capacity, reduced noise, and other accommodations for anyone who might benefit from a sensory-friendly environment. For more information and to get tickets for the Sensory-Friendly Fall Festival Hour, click here.

Music Line-up:

  • Peter Mundt: 10:15AM-12:15PM
  • Crabgrass Bluegrass Band: 12:30-2:30PM
  • The Lied To’s: 2:45-4:45PM

Volunteering at the Fall Festival:

Interested in volunteering at the Fall Festival? We are looking for volunteers to greet visitors, help with admission, assist with our sustainability initiatives, help with kids’ crafts and activities, and more. For more information or to sign up to volunteer, click here. Volunteers receive free festival admission!

About the Field of Dreams art installation:

Consisting of a series of sculpted paths to guide visitors through a meadow, the public will be invited to record personal messages onto a piece of botanical seed paper in response to the following prompt: Share a message of hope with the land to inspire a better future.

Each message will then be buried into the earth by a wooden stake topped with a ribbon that waves in the wind in unison with those of other participants. Participants will then be invited to reflect on their words as a means of inspiring a sense of connectedness to the hopes and dreams of others — as well as to the land that nourishes us all.

Thank you to the Plymouth Cultural Council, Duxbury Cultural Council, and Kingston Cultural Council and Mass Cultural Council for their partial funding of this installation.

Parking and Accessibility:

The Fall Festival is spread out across our property. Parking is available in the lot located across from the Studio at 140 Turkey Hill Lane. To reach the lower event area and barnyard, enter the “chute” directly across from the lot and follow it down to the barnyard. Please note that it can be difficult to push strollers up and down the chute and we highly recommend carriers in lieu of strollers.

Admission and Ticketing:

Admission includes everything except food and beverages. Admission fee is per person. Tickets available online or at the door. We encourage visitors to bring reusable items that they might need throughout the day such as a refillable water bottle.

This program is rain or shine! In the event of cancellation, you will be notified via the email address you used to register and refunded in full within 14 business days. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

We love our furry friends, however, as this is a working farm with animals, dogs are not permitted on the property.

Membership: To locate information about your Membership, including Member ID, expiration date, and more please visit:

Tickets: To look up your tickets or re-send an email confirmation, please visit:

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