LexFarm Events

A series of events and workshops throughout the season. The perfect way to join us in celebrating the 10th year of farming.
52 Lowell Street, Lexington

Upcoming Events

You can see all upcoming events at this link

Past Events

Sunday, October 1st 2-5 pm: LexFarm Annual Harvest Festival

Pay at the Door:
$15 Household
$10 Member Household
Also, $2 off for attending by bike, facilitated by our partner Friends of Lexington Bikeway


Live  Bluegrass/Folk Music band, The Wicked Pickers
Youth Activities run by our farm educators.
LexFarm veggie tasting table
Lunch/early dinner food vendors plus snacks, drinks & finger food available in the farmstand.
Flower bracelets
Open house at Silk Fields Farm
Arlington Brewing Company (21+) and More!


Thursday, August 31, 6-7 pm: Gospel Music Concert at the Farm

Enjoy a rousing concert of gospel and R&B music in a beautiful setting, featuring local singer/songwriter Aric B. Flemming, Jr.  Harvard educated Aric B. is an R&B and gospel recording artist, who has recorded, written, trained, and collaborated with Grammy-winning producers.  He is currently working on several musical projects, including his own R&B debut, collaborating with local artists, and performing around Metro Boston and throughout the New England area!Dr. Dennis Slaughter, a well-known professional musician, educator, founding director of the Boston Community Choir and artistic director of the Boston Pops Orchestra Gospel Choir will be joining Aric B.

This performance is guaranteed to be inspiring and uplifting and should not be missed!  This program is partially supported by the Lexington Arts Council. Chairs will be provided.  Free, but sign up in link above for planning purposes.

Bring a picnic or pre-purchase dinner or snacks from Prep Neighborhood Kitchen.

“Prep Neighborhood Kitchen offers carefully sourced, thoughtfully prepared meals at an accessible price because we believe that good food is a right, not a privilege. Our greens, fruits and vegetables are all organic and come from farms in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.”

Pre-Order Concert Dinners, Salads & Snacks

Meals will be available for pick up at LexFarm from 5:30 to 6:00 by the farmstand so that you have time to settle in your chairs or set up your blanket before the music kicks off!

Thursday, Sept. 14 5:30 – 7:00 pm: Weaving with Natural/Recycled Materials

Come learn the basics of weaving while integrating some natural materials from the farm with expressive art therapist Marina Strauss, adjunct faculty at Lesley University. Discover how fun and exciting it is to see your fabric unfold as you explore the art of weaving. Participants will learn how to prepare the loom, weave the fabric using different stitches, finish with a project and learn how to take your weaving out of the loom. We will incorporate natural and found materials from the farm into our work as we go. In this workshop you will learn plain weave, soumak stitch and rya knots.You will enjoy the process and be able to take a weaving home!

Sign up in link at top of page

Thursday, September 21, 5:30 – 7:00 pm: The Wonder of Fungi! The Science Behind Shiitakes Workshop

Come get your nerd on with Farmer Elizabeth Almeida, owner and founder of Fat Moon Farm!

During our time together, we’ll uncover the facts behind the fungi. Get ready to take a deep dive into both the life cycle and anatomy of the mushroom. Join us to cultivate an understanding of the role mushrooms play in crafting a sustainable ecosystem and how Farmer Elizabeth considers environmental impact at her organic mushroom farm. And, learn how to experiment with fungi at home with a DIY mushroom grow kit!

$30 registration fee

Option to purchase grow blocks for an additional $30 ($10 discount!) grows 2-3 pounds of mushrooms!  Grow Blocks Available in: Shiitake, Oyster or Lions Mane
Reserve your spot and grow block in link at top of page

Friday, September 22, 5:30 – 6:45 pm: Family Movie Night

(Rain Date, Saturday 9/23)

Bring your sleeping bags and blankets and come enjoy a movie night under the stars at LexFarm!

We’ll be showing Wall-E, and serving up popcorn and cider in the Learning Garden. The evening kicks off at 6:45 pm with a child friendly lantern craft and a 7:15 pm movie start time. Running time of 1 hr 38 min.  Rated G.

WALL-E, short for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-class, is the last robot left on Earth who is more than a little lonely. He spends his days tidying up the planet. Smitten by EVE, a sleek probe sent back to Earth on a scanning mission, WALL-E embarks on his greatest adventure yet when he follows EVE across the galaxy.  A whimsical story of friendship with a conservation message for all ages.

$5 Single, $15 family – Register at link at top of page

Wednesday, September 27, 5:30 – 7 pm: Gelli Plate Printing with Natural Materials

Engage in an experimental method of printmaking, with expressive art therapist Marina Strauss, adjunct faculty at Lesley University, using gelatin plates instead of a press! In this workshop we will use several printing materials such as stamps, veggies, stencils, threads, leaves and more. We’ll play with color and natural materials from the farm and create one-of-a-kind images. The process will be exploratory and fun! All supplies provided and no printmaking experience necessary.