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Also In: Farmers' Market
The "showers" on Tuesday afternoons in April have been a mixed blessing for folks at Fearrington's Farmers' Market. The rain brings new life in our gardens and fields, but it makes an outdoor farmers' market a bit challenging.
However, we are now into May and our vendors have flowers, plants, baked goods and canned preserves galore! Can't wait to see you on Tuesday. Full Post >
Also In: At McIntyre's Books
Twenty-five years ago, Keebe Fitch opened the doors of McIntyre’s Books and never looked back. Today, McIntyre’s is recognized as one of the South’s most renowned independent bookstores. With weekly author events, a seasonal Cooks & Books series and community involvement ranging from schools and library events to aiding non-profits like BookHarvest, McIntyre’s footprint is ingrained in the local community and hearts of all of its patrons.
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Also In: Roost
Spring has sprung at Fearrington Village! That means on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights you'll hear live music drifting through the Village coming from our beer garden Roost. What better way to spend an evening than sipping on wine or craft beer while listening to live music with friends? We kick off the season this Friday, April 4th with no other than Tommy Edwards himself. We hope to see you under the oak trees! Full Post >
Fearrington’s 12th Annual Folk Art Show was another huge success, an all-around delightful weekend. You never know what sort of big surprises are in store at the Folk Art Show and this year did not disappoint!
Mid-Sunday afternoon, André Leon Talley, former American editor-at-large of Vogue magazine, strolled in, all 6’6” of him! He is an amazing figure, in stature, accomplishment and good cheer, so he did not go unnoticed…and then he disappeared in our Barn!
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Get out your reusable tote bags, the Fearrington Farmers' Market returns on Tuesday, April 1st! Yes, Spring is almost here and will bring fresh, local food next door to the Fitch Creation's Administration building every Tuesday afternoon at 4pm, April through November. Expect to see many of your favorite farmers and some new faces as well. Buy vegetables, cut flowers, meats, preserves and even wood-fired pizza. Can't wait to see you there! Full Post >
Wow! For the first time in recent memory, the Folk Art Show brought sunny skies and warm weather both days! No sliding around on a light (or not so light) blanket of snow.
Our 2014 show was great fun for both artists and all the guests who came out to see the creations in The Fearrington Barn and out on the patio. There were 38 artists participating in the show this year, with six new artists who brought work ranging from delicate jewelry to beautifully twisted metal wire sculpture. All of... Full Post >
Also In: The Fearrington Granary, The Fearrington House Inn, The Goat, Wine
Rioja, the most recognizable and famous wine region in Spain, is the focus of March's wine class at The Granary on Thursday, March 6th. We will be taking a look at the region's history from the middle ages, to the first "modern period" when the influence of the Bordelais changed the regions course in the mid-19th century, to the second "modern period" in the late twentith Century when Rioja delved into a more international style, creating a divide between classical and modern producers. We... Full Post >
We had an amazing weekend filled with whimsical folk art, food and wine. If you weren't able to come out and experience The Fearrington Barn filled with Southern art and personalities, do not despair! The Village Center has a few lively surprises waiting for you to discover. It may be a tree covered in books outside of McIntyre’s or a waitress waiting to take your order on The Fearrington Granary’s patio – don’t forget to look on the ground too, for knitted mushrooms that will make you... Full Post >
ALERT: Last night, a gang of witty Fearrington knitters tagged a tree in front of McIntyre's with scarves. On the scarves are snarky fake book titles like Smart Beer by Bud Wiser and Robots by Anne Droid. One title, Falling Trees by Tim Burr, made me jump back! I was, after all, standing under a tree. That title may just be an homage to Pitbull and Ke$ha.
These crafty ne'er-do-wells didn't stop at one tree --you'll find homemade scarves, flowers, and puppets on... Full Post >
Also In: The Goat, Wine
It’s always nice to give a Valentine’s Day gift you can both enjoy! Sant’ Evasio’s Brachetto D’Acqui is a pleasantly sweet sparkling red wine, made similarly to Moscato d’Asti. In the glass, soft red flowers, muddled cherries, and raspberry liqueur are prominent on the nose and palate, with a few gentle bubbles dancing around in the background. This will be perfect with all of those dark chocolate treats you are going to be feeding each other! ... Full Post >