Festivals at 123 Farm
123 Farm hosts five major festivals throughout the year.
Feb-Mar Sourdough Festival
Mar-Apr Sheep Shearing Festival
May-July Lavender Festival
Aug-Oct Lavender Nights
Nov Community Olive Harvest
Nov-Jan Christmas Nights
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May 3 to July 21, 2024
Join us as we celebrate the blooming of our organic lavender. Stroll through 20 acres of lavender, taste lavender-infused food, drinks and desserts. Shop our lavender-themed marketplace and ride a wagon tour of the grounds. Open 5-10 pm.
February 17 to 25, 2024 (Saturdays & Sundays)
A celebration of all things sourdough! Enjoy free lectures on the art of fermented foods, participate in hands-on workshops dedicated to sourdough bread, savor a delightful variety of dishes crafted with sourdough, and take home freshly baked organic ancient grain sourdough bread. Open 11 am-6 pm. Free admission with paid parking.
March 30 to 31, 2024 (Saturdays & Sundays)
Join us to experience our sheep having their wool sheared. Watch the sheep dog herding demonstrations, explore the art of wool crafts, and get hands-on at the natural wool dyeing booth. Plus, don't miss our guided wagon tour of our property. Open 10 am-4 pm. Free admission with paid parking.
March 2 to 10, 2024 (Saturdays and Sundays)
Discover the world of Wild Orchard Regenerative Green Tea. Explore the diverse health benefits through informative lectures and workshops, all while savoring an array of culinary creations infused with teas. Time TBD. Free admission with paid parking.
March 16 to 24, 2024 (Saturdays and Sundays)
Immerse yourself in the world of real olive oil. Delve into its incredible health benefits during free lectures, try a tantalizing array of culinary creations crafted with olive oil, and treat your taste buds to an unforgettable experience. 11 am to 6pm. Free admission with paid parking.
123 FARM'S BEST VALUE
Free admission for cardholder.
Free general parking and one free dessert ticket
(given once per year).
Free admission for two named cardholders and all children living in the same household (17 years and under). Free general parking and four free dessert tickets (given once per year).
Free admission for cardholder and any guest. Free general parking. 10% discount at select retail and food booths. One free dessert and drink ticket (given once per year).
Frequently Asked Questions
No, weddings were discontinued in 2019. We have no plans to offer weddings on our property.
The sit-down portion of the restaurant is not currently offered. You can enjoy quality meals prepared by our staff of the Grand Oak restaurant at our festivals. For example, Mother's Day can be enjoyed during the Lavender Festival (just the festival menu offered, no separate menu) with no reservations accepted. Certain holidays such as Thanksgiving, we are closed to allow staff to celebrate the holidays at home.
At this time we are not offering any of our hotel rooms to the public. We have no immediate plans to open the hotel portion of the ranch.
Our oak tree’s official name is the Coast Live Oak Tree Quercus Agrifolia. He is some 1000 years old and stands over 70 feet tall, so it is easy to get lost in his grandness.. He says not a word, but everyone on the farm likes to brag about our local celebrity. His height and enormous crown were recognized in 2014, when, along with other grand trees in the United States, he was officially named a national champion tree in the National Register of Big Trees.
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