Nash Farm Events
One of the best ways to learn about Grapevine and its heritage is by visiting Nash Farm. Located at 626 Ball St. in the heart of Grapevine, this 5.2-acre historical landmark, which centers around the house barn and family cemetery Thomas Nash built in 1869, brings history to life. Purchased by Nash in 1859, today the farm celebrates life as it was on the Texas prairie.
Overflow parking is available at Cannon Elementary and the Grapevine Botanical Gardens for Nash Farm events.
Fall Round-Up - October 17
Agricultural Exposition & Harvest Festival
Homeschool Day at Nash Farm - Various Dates
Join the Nash Farmhands for a morning on the farm.
First Fridays at the Farm 2020 - Various Dates
Various activities on the farm.
Harvest Moon Supper - October 1, 2020
Experience farm-fresh flavors of fall at the Nash Farm Harvest Moon Supper, Thursday, October 1 at 6:30 p.m., a kick-off celebration to Texas Wine Month.
Barn Dance - October 16, 2020
Join us for an old-fashioned 1950s-era Barn Dance at Nash Farm in Grapevine, Texas. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a fried chicken box supper, followed by a dance.
Major Annual Events Include:
First Friday (Held on first Friday of each month - event theme varies by month)
Heritage Workshops (Held monthly - event theme varies by month) Future events TBA
Farm to Fork Supper (Postponed to October 2020)
Italian CarFest (Postponed to 2021)
Barn Dance (October 16)
Fall Round-Up (October 17)
Bewitched by the Barn (October 24)
Victorian Christmas Tour (December 5)
Farmstead Christmas Celebration (December 12)
Christmas Parlor Sociable (December 18)