123 FARM

Olive Festival

March 16-24, 2024
Saturdays & Sundays
11 am - 6 pm

FREE ADMISSION with paid parking

Festival Highlights

With over 750 olive trees growing on our farm, the Olive Festival is a celebration of the olive fruit and an opportunity to learn about the health benefits. View a demonstration of pressing olives for oil.


Sign up for hands-on class on curing olives, making tapenade or a charcuterie board.

Free Lectures

Free lecture with special guests on topics ranging from olive oil to health.


Food made in-house using olives, from pizza and soups to olive oil cakes and more!


One of the best ways to know you’re getting an actual EVOO from a trusted source is to look for the COOC logo, which means that it’s been tested and practices approved of by the California Olive Oil Council, a label you can trust to find a pure olive oil that has been processed in a natural and organic way. You should also be able to find a harvest date so you know how fresh the olive oil actually is.

Taste different varieties and learn about the health benefits! Buy parking below.


Free Lecture Schedule

Lectures take place in the large covered tent outside. Click here to view detailed lecture descriptions. 2024 Schedule will be updated soon.
1:00 pm Cultured Foods: Elevated Taste by Randy Olsen
4:00 pm The Benefits of Whole Grains by Meghan Cicalo
sunday, february 19, 2023
1:00 pm Cultured Foods: Elevated Taste by Randy Olsen
2:30 pm Sourdough Bread Making Part 1 by Austin Durant
4:00 pm Sourdough Bread Making Part 2 by Austin Durant
saturday, february 25, 2023
11:30 am Einkorn Sourdough Bread and Fermented Dairy: Kefir, L. Reuteri, and L. Gasseri Yogurt... The Bacteria You May Be Missing by Donna Schwenk
1:00 pm Cultured Foods: Elevated Taste by Randy Olsen
2:30 pm Counterfeit Bread by Dr. Kevin Ham
4:00 pm Canceled The First Food of Life by Mark McAfee
sunday, february 26, 2023
11:30 am Canceled The First Food of Life by Mark McAfee
1:00 pm Cultured Foods: Elevated Taste by Randy Olsen
2:30 pm Counterfeit Bread by Dr. Kevin Ham
4:00 pm Regenerative Teas: Why are they Amazing to Drink? by Mike Ham

123 Farm Eatery

All foods are made by the culinary staff of 123 Farm. We incorporate ingredients from our organic farm when possible. Some items feature sourdough bread baked in-house.

123 Farm Tours

Join us for an enriching experience exploring different parts of our property including a vineyard tour and a walk through our maesil trees.


Paid Workshops

Workshops take place in the 800's hotel rooms. Reservation and pre-payment is required. Click here to view the full list. 2024 worksop information and schedule will be updated soon.
Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30 am & 1:00 pm
Amy Deaver
Come learn all about artisan cheeses from around the world. Learn about cheeses and milk and the wonderful world of dairy and how milk is cultured for cheese. Participants will taste a variety of cheeses paired with items from 123 Farms and handmade jams from Wrightwood Cheese.
Limited to 16 participants
Cost $30
wine and cheese pairing
Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30 am & 1:00 pm
anita matlock
Pair like a sommelier. A systematic approach to wine tasting and pairing with cheese. Each weekend will be focused on a different feature of wine tasting with the founder of Wildwood Oak Winery. Participants must be 21 years of age or older.
Limited to 16 participants
Cost $30
Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30 am & 1:00 pm
Howard Reichenbach
Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage that has been around for centuries but has only recently found its place on our grocery store shelves. This bubbly, tangy beverage has amazing benefits that help boost your health in so many ways. Learn how to make this amazing probiotic beverage from your very own kitchen and take home a SCOBY to begin brewing at home.
Limited to 16 participants
Cost $25
Click to view full list of workshops below.

Festival Map

The Olive Festival takes place mostly in the main building as well as the surrounding cottage rooms and Organic Galleries. Most spaces are indoors in case of inclement weather.

1. Sourdough Bread and Olive Marketplace
Discover our assortment of organic olives from cured to marinated to olive oil. Explore culinary offerings from 123 Farm, and more!

Information Desk (Lost & Found)
Visit the front desk to check in for workshops, sign up for an annual membership, shop at our lavender gift shop, or ask any questions you may have.

Eatery and Dining Hall
Our farm's culinary team has crafted a diverse menu featuring various ways to savor olives: organic soups, tartines, sandwiches, sourdough noodles, and even olive oil desserts! Discover a table indoors at the Dining Hall to relish your meal.

Black Bench Wine Bar
Indulge in the flavors of California and other New World regions with our selection of organic wines and beers, alongside our signature lavender cocktails.

Sourdough Donuts
Treat yourself to warm mini donuts made with organic sourdough by 123Dough.

2. Friends of 123 Farm (Vendors)
Discover a variety of unique gifts from local vendors, featuring artisanal foods, cozy apparel, natural skincare, sweet treats, and more.

3. 123Dough Casa de las Tapas
Experience delicious sourdough paninis and organic Old World Wines in our historic Spanish Courtyard—the oldest standing building on our property!

4. Organic Galleries
Explore a delightful array of farm boutiques featuring Highland Provisions, 123 Farm merchandise, candles, and more! Treat yourself to lavender soft serve ice cream or sourdough churros for a unique experience.

5. Free Lectures

7. Lavender Fields
We invite you to revisit us during the summer months (June-July) to witness the lavender fields in full bloom. While the plants may appear as green shrubs at present, they possess a unique beauty of their own. We look forward to your return visit.

8. Parking Entrance

9. Sourdough Pizza
Experience the flavor of our organic pizzas, crafted with sourdough naturally fermented for over 30 hours. Indulge in our bestselling Fig and Lavender Goat Cheese pizza and make sure to try 123 Dough's exclusive NY-style pizzas made with ancient grains, available for a limited time only.

Lavender Bar
Savor our signature lavender cocktails, meticulously prepared with organic alcohol, along with our exclusive organic beer infused with our own lavender.

10. The Blacksmith Shop
Visit our charming shop, once a blacksmith's forge, where you can peruse and purchase a variety of items including 123 Farm logo hats and hoodies. Explore culinary treats made with lavender from our farm, such as syrup, dressings, lavender-infused tea, coffee, and much more.

12. Tea House
Visit our tea house featuring Wild Orchard Regenerative Teas and 123 Farm Teas. Enjoy scrumptious tea infused desserts accompanied by specialty tea blends. Experience the harmonious balance of flavors through our tea and food pairing.

13. 1000-year-old Oak Tree

Sheep Shearing Festival

March 30 - 31, 2024

Get a close-up view of how our sheep are shorn and how we process our wool. Guests can learn about natural dyes, how to wash wool, and visit our farm to feed our organic sheep.

Saturday & Sunday only
10 am - 4 pm

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Lavender Festival

May 3-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 select days
5-10 pm

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Lavender Nights

August 22-October 27, 2024

Join us outdoors with food from the grill, lavender cocktails, live music (on select days), marketplace shopping and a display of over half a million lights.

5-10 pm

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The products at 123 Farm are made primarily using organic ingredients from our farm. We hand harvest and distill our own lavender essential oil in the summer, and press oil from our century-old olive groves in the fall. We practice bee guardianship and sustainably harvest honey and beeswax from our own hives. Our products are made in small batches.