You're invited to a celebration of the region’s farms and fresh ingredients paired with diverse cuisines and an idyllic countryside setting.
Upon arrival, you’ll be welcomed with a Woodstock-themed beverage and hors d’oeuvres as you enjoy the sounds of live acoustic music by a local musician.
Then for a taste of history, Woodstock alumni will share their favorite memories of the iconic concert while leading the way through the recently restored Bindy Bazaar trail system. Once the marketplace and heart of the famed music festival where attendees sold crafts, bartered for goods, and reunited with friends, the former whimsy and magic can now be felt through the bright colors of Crocheted Connections, a large-scale art installation by Carol Hummel set within the stillness of the trees.
You’ll be invited to have a seat at the socially-distant harvest table set up along the trail in the woods, where the evening’s chef will surprise you with a multi-course dinner, complete with wine pairings. Inspired by the freshest ingredients of the season from our local farms and purveyors throughout the region, the themed menu is designed by the chef in the days leading up to the event and only revealed at the table.
- The safety of our community is extremely important to us and we will continue to closely monitor the situation of COVID-19 and follow all state and CDC outdoor dining regulations for guests to experience a safe and healthy dinner.
- Dinners will comply with socially distant guidelines for outdoor dining and tables will be spaced out accordingly.
- The multi-course dinner will be plated individually for each guest.
- Waitstaff will follow all guidelines for dinner service and must wear masks when serving guests.
- Guests are required to wear masks when not seated at table.
- Should any dinner need to be canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, a full refund will be given.
About The Farmhouse Project:
We’re two boys from the big city who decided to unplug and embark on the project of a lifetime; historically renovating a 216 year-old farmhouse in upstate New York. We invite you to follow us as we transform our weekend retreat room by room, undertake a variety of DIY projects, adjust to country living and narrowly escape killing each other.