Welcome to Our 2015 Season!
Engage in life!
At White Rose Farm, we offer a place where people can connect directly with life. We are sharing the life of an old-time homestead with you. The farmhouse is comfortable like an old shoe. We have a small orchard, a berry patch, a big garden and enough animals to supply the farm and then some. We have a family cow, hogs, chickens, geese, ducks, a dog and a cat.
In this upcoming season, the farm will host more programs, educational events and opportunities to get involved, including overnight stays in our retreat house and tours of the farm.
We invite you to come for a visit and find what feeds you!
Posted by Sally Voris :: Saturday, July 25 :: 11:32am
We invite you to come to an amazing feast of fresh food from the farm to honor Lammas, the feast of the first fruits on Saturday, August 1 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The featured menu item this year? Tomato sandwiches.
If you have ever had a tomato sandwich with a REAL tomato, a tomato that is fresh-picked and grown for flavor, you know how different it is from what is available in most stores and restaurants. We will have fixings for a variety of tomato sandwiches--cheese, roast beet, ham. and Lebanon baloney, as well as other simple farm fare for a feast of country living!
Then storyteller and musician Walter Jones, Jr, (aka Granddaddy Geetar) will regale us with story and song. Cost is $15/person; children under 12 free. Click here to register and treat yourself, your children and/or grandchildren to an experience of old-time country living! RSVP so we can prepare!
Another option? Come at 5:00 p.m. and help us pick food for the feast. Pick food to take home too! It's a wonderful experience to pick food fresh from the garden!
(The farm is less than an hour from the Baltimore Beltway and some 40 minutes from Frederick.) Hope to see you soon!
Sally Voris, White Rose Farm