Find out more information about COVID safe events in 2021
Learn more about from Oxmoor Farm, a unique private event venue in Louisville, Kentucky. View Oxmoor Farm’s upcoming event schedule here on our on-site google calendar or you can add this calendar and all associated events to your schedule…Oxmoor Farm Event Calendar
Join us for a virtual discussion “Saying Their Names: Interpreting the Lives of the Enslaved People at Historic Sites” led by Joe McGill, founder of the Slave Dwelling Project in partnership with Farmington Historic Plantation, Historic Locust Grove, Oxmoor Farm Foundation, and Riverside: the Farnsley-Moremen Landing. Representatives or re-enactors from each historic site will join us as panelists. Special guest panelist will be Cheyney McKnight…Learn More
A variety of performances are planned for 2021. Of course in this COVID world flexibility is key…Learn More
Bourbon Historian, Mike Veach, will be hosting a series of Bourbon Salons at Oxmoor on the first Wednesday evenings of select months throughout 2021…Learn More
The NouLou Chamber Players is a vibrant ensemble bringing together some of Louisville’s elite classical musicians to provide exceptional music making. The Parlor Series is dedicated to performing in intimate settings the way chamber music was meant to be enjoyed. Their partnership with Oxmoor Farm brings together life traditions in chamber music performance, creating a warm and relaxed atmosphere…Learn More and Buy Tickets
This year, Kentucky Humanities has selected Crystal Wilkinson’s The Birds of Opulence for its Kentucky Reads program. The novel will be at the center of statewide conversations on the dynamics of family and community, the strength of women, and the stigmas surrounding mental illness. Winner of the 2016 Ernest J. Gaines Prize for Literary Excellence, […]Learn More
If you’d like to bring a group out for Plein Air Afternoons, or if you’d like to come out to paint at Oxmoor Farm on your own, please fill out the Contact Form…Sign Up
The Food Literacy Project provides farm-based experiential education and entrepreneurial youth development programs that bring the Field-to-Fork experience to life for local youth. Since 2006, the Food Literacy Program has engaged over 45,000 youth and families in a sustainable food system – by planting, harvesting, tasting and cooking fresh vegetables at Oxmoor Farm and Iroquois Farm…Learn More
Field Day Family Farm is an urban farm practicing Community Supported Agriculture in eastern Louisville, KY. Field Day Farm sells CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) memberships each Fall and Spring called ‘shares.’ Buying a ‘share’ means you receive a harvest box of fresh, locally grown vegetables every week from May through November or December through March. A harvest box typically contains enough vegetables for two to three people (or 1-2 vegetarians) for one week…Learn More
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