Gardeners Fair: Spring on the Farm


We hope you can join us for this year’s event on Saturday & Sunday, May 13th & 14th, 2023, 10:00 am-4:30 pm! Two wonderful caterers will provide food, we’ll have new hands-on workshops that will take place in the Pavilion, farm animals to meet, and more!



Ballyhoo Farm, prides themselves on their stewardship of history, tradition, land, and animals. Their primary focus is producing high quality wool sheep. Other heritage animals on their farm include White Chinese and African geese, several breeds of chickens, and the oldest domesticated animal in the Americas: the Muscovy duck. Their dedication to raising heritage breeds stems from their belief that the conservation of tradition and history matters. Their products have a story, and YOU are part of it!



Saturday May 13th

10:00 AM-1:00 PM Dustin Cecil of Broomtown will be hosting a broom making workshop

Dustin Cecil has been making brooms in the traditional style for about 4 years after taking a week long workshop at the John C Campbell folk school. He currently lives in Eastern Kentucky and has enjoyed traveling and teaching broom making workshops for the last couple of years. Dustin’s other interest include all things related to fiber arts and textiles- especially learning traditional techniques, and their histories- he is also a weaver, quilter, and occasional painter/printmaker.

Whet Your Palette

Sunday May 14th

Whet Your Palette will be hosting a guided floral painting workshop.

Nestled in the heart of Anchorage in Louisville, Kentucky, Whet Your Palette caters to artists of all ages and experience levels. We offer adult classes, semi-private painting lessons, one-on-one piano and guitar lessons, private parties, on and offsite events, after-school and summer camps, take-home paint kits, and we’re the only studio in Kentucky that offers drop-in painting sessions.