GRAPEVINE, TEXAS – (June 24, 2022) – Bring the whole family to historic Nash Farm, located at 626 Ball St., to experience life on a 19th century working homestead. This July, the farm is hosting three fun-filled events, open to the public.
First Fridays: Patriotic Picnic – July 1, 10 a.m.–Noon
Come enjoy lawn games, refreshments and more. Bring along your picnic to celebrate Independence Day festivities. Tickets are $5 per person (ages 3+). Tickets Here
Bluegrass at the Settlement – July 2, Noon–4 p.m.
This free event is an opportunity for fans of Bluegrass/folk music to come enjoy jam sessions at the Settlement to City Museum Park, located at 206 W. Hudgins St.
1920s Ice Cream Social – July 9, 7 p.m.–Dark
Come enjoy a relaxing social evening of hand-cranked homemade ice cream and Victorian lawn games. Lawn chairs, quilts and picnics are welcome. Tickets are $10 per person. Tickets Here.
About Nash Farm
Grapevine’s agrarian traditions are preserved at Nash Farm, which includes the original 1869 farmhouse that belonged to the Nash family, historic barn and other structures. The farm raises heritage breed livestock including Gulf Coast Sheep, turkeys and chickens and grows heirloom field crops and produce. The farm grounds, historic structures and exhibits are open for self-guided tours during regular business hours. Pack a picnic and enjoy your lunch with pastoral views. Beverages and memorabilia are available for purchase at the Farm Store. Throughout the year, Nash Farm hosts interpretive events and guided activities such as First Fridays, Farm-to-Fork dining experiences and Victorian Christmas. With advance planning, Nash Farm offers group tours and field trips that may include hands-on activities and demonstrations of historic skills and trades. See this calendar of events for details.
About Grapevine, Texas
Historic Grapevine, Texas—centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth—is the premiere go-to destination when planning a getaway or vacation in North Texas, providing guests a sophisticated escape from the big city. Step back in time on Historic Downtown Main Street and visit more than 80 charming shops, wineries, restaurants and artisans. Unwind at one of the many award-winning winery tasting rooms, and rest easy at one of the city’s exceptional hotels, like Gaylord Texas Resort & Convention Center or Great Wolf Lodge, which features an indoor water park. Take advantage of recreation on Lake Grapevine as well as over nine miles of wilderness and biking trails. Hop aboard the Grapevine Vintage Railroad or experience late 19th century farm life at historic Nash Farm. Whether you enjoy indoor or outdoor activities, Grapevine has something for everyone. For more info, visit GrapevineTexasUSA.com.
About Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Convention & Visitors Bureau acts as the promotional arm of the City of Grapevine and is responsible for actively selling, marketing and publicizing Grapevine globally. The Bureau promotes the city’s hotels, meeting facilities, historic and family attractions, festivals and events, dining establishments and retail businesses to the group meetings and leisure markets.