Calendar of Events
On Sunday, May 26 the Farm Museum is closed for a private event! We appreciate it to patience! We will be open from NOON to 4 P.M. ONLY on Monday, May 27 in observation of Memorial Day.
The Farm Museum will be open from NOON to 4 p.m. ONLY in observations of Memorial Day.
Interested in learning more about the Deer Creek Fiddlers Convention? Click HERE to be redirected to the hosting vendors website.
Deer Creek Fiddlers Convention is an event brought to you by an external vendors. Pricing/hours will be subject to the external vendor.
SAVE THE DATE and plan on joining us June 9 from noon to 5 p.m. for FOOD TRUCK SUNDAY FUNDAY.
Admission is FREE!
In partnership with Westminster Rescue Mission, we will be collecting non-perishable and canned foods to benefit local families in need.
The Carroll County Farm Museum is hosting their own Food Truck Sunday Funday proudly brought to you by Atlantic Blue Water Services, American Design & Build/American Sentry Solar and Leaf Filter. What could be better than savoring street food favorites or trying out new cuisines right in Downtown Westminster. From gourmet sandwiches to ice cream there is something for every palate.
Participating Trucks (more to come!!):
Bebo’s Mac Shack
B’more Greek Grill
Broken Fork LLC
Have A Ball
The Dawg Pound
It’s All Good
JD’s House of Bacon
Smoke Rattle & Roll
Two Smooth Dudes
Snowie of Maryland
Wolo-mobile kitchen & catering
New this year we’ll be featuring local breweries:
Ruhlman Brewery LLC
Pub Dog Brewing Company
Love Happiness Sangria
Live Entertainment provided by: Making Waves, Dodson Creek & Tristar Martial Arts.
There will be children’s crafts and activities. Children can bounce ‘all day’ at the bouncy house for $5. Come visit our Farmyard Friends, tour the Farmhouse, visit artisans and so much more!
Don’t forget to Vote for your Favorite Truck in our ‘Favorite Food Truck Contest’. The favorite truck will win a spot at The Maryland Wine Festival!
Vendor Marketplace Includes:
Bates Boozy Birds
Better Together with Thirty One
Flamin Glo Candle Company
Bev’s Nuts LLC
Bliss Face Painting
Illusions Face Painting
Ivy Branch – sign language
Jewelry by CLM
LuLaRoe Beth Chaney
LuLaRoe Katie Monge
The Real Stuff Jewelry, LLC
Victory Taekwando Academy
Free parking will be available at the Museum. Pets are not allowed inside the Museum inner grounds; Food Truck Sunday Funday is NOT a pet friendly event. Please leave your pets at home. Pets cannot be left inside vehicles will attending the event either. (properly certified service animals are permitted to enter event with their owners). No alcohol please. Food costs are dependent on each vendor.
Attendees are allowed to bring picnic blankets and chairs.
Event is RAIN OR SHINE! Rain or shine we dine!
For more info visit us on Facebook or call 800-654-4645
Interested in participating as a vendor? Please fill out a Vendor Participant Applicant on our website (click here to see application). Then additional follow up can be directed to Dana at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-386-3899.
Roaring 20’s Garden Party & Croquet Tournament
Saturday, June 15, 2019 4 to 8 p.m.
You’re cordially invited to join us for the summer’s signature event for couples – a Roaring 20’s Garden Party and Croquet Tournament. Come out and help us celebrate an era long gone!
Tickets cost $80 per couple or $50 per individual and include: an elegant old fashioned picnic catered by Santoni’s Restaurant, hors d’oeuvres and summer beverages, a Barbershop Quartet, big band music by the Monte Leister Quintet, dancing, lawn games, antique cars, a best dressed couple contest, and a fun silent auction
Participants are encouraged to wear 1920s era clothing. There’s a best dressed couple award, so don your favorite flapper dress with feather boas or sport some gangster wear or other period dress. Cheer for your favorite team, join in lawn games, and strut your best big-band dance moves! Need some inspiration? Take a peek at last year’s event! Pictures HERE and Video HERE!
All proceeds of this signature event benefit the work of MREC to strengthen students, couples and families.
Register online at www.mrecenter.org/events
Pioneer new memories this summer at Living History Camp!
Living History Camp teaches children, entering 3rd through 6th grades, rural farm life in the 1800s through demonstrations and hands-on experiences. This award winning educational camp combines learning and having fun in a unique setting. Children learn old-time skills, old-fashioned games, and make craft projects to take home.
June 19-21: Living History Camp RISING 3rd GRADERS
June 24-28: Living History Camp RISING 4th GRADERS
July 8-12: Living History Camp RISING 5th GRADERS
July 15-17: Living History Camp RISING 6th GRADERS
Visit our Living History Camp page and download the 2019 Living History Camp Registration Packet. The forms need to be fill out and returned to the Museum by Mail/Scan/Email (email@example.com) no later than April 5. Spaces are limited to 40 per session. Spots are filled based on date of payment.
Forms can be found at http://carrollcountyfarmmuseum.org/living-history/