Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Vendors Needed!

Upcoming vendor opportunities at the Clark Historic Farm:

Farmers' Market: Saturdays, August 23, 30, Sept. 6, 13,20, 27 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
We will again offer booths at the Farmers' Markets at the same costs as last year: $10 for commercial vendors; FREE for homemade crafts or produce.
CLICK HERE for the Farmers' Market vendor application. 

Please submit your application at least one week prior to the weeks you wish to participate, or sign up at the Farmers' Market for the following week. (Note: Our first Farmers' Market is this coming Saturday!! This week only, just get your application to us ASAP.) Produce sellers please refer to USDA guidelines for Farmers' Market sales

Honey Harvest Festival: Friday, October 10 from 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 11 from 10:00 am to 4:00 p.m.

Our Honey Harvest Festival is expected to be even bigger and better this year, with the addition of a fiddle fest and a honey/beekeeping theme. We have invited honey producers and those with honey-related products from across the state and intermountain region to participate, and we hope you will participate, too. We are encouraging vendors to decorate their booths in a honey or harvest theme, and we will be giving awards to up to 10 of the best vendors. Please see the attached application for details. Booth fees are $25 this year for any type of product. Applications must be postmarked by September 15 to guarantee an opportunity for a spot. 

Click HERE for the Honey Harvest Festival vendor application.

Completed applications and payment can be mailed to: 

Clark Historic Farm
PO Box 212
Grantsville, UT 84029 


Scan your application and email it to and pay via PayPal to

Please make checks payable to Friends of Clark Historic Farm or FCHF.

Contact us at if you have any further questions. Thank you for your interest!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Honey Harvest Festival

Under the shadows of Deseret Peak (deseret means "honeybee") and surrounded by fields of alfalfa, Grantsville has been a hidden trove of beekeeping for over 150 years. Come and join us as we create a regional gathering to sell, educate and celebrate the benefits of honey. In addition to featuring honey products, the event will also include a fiddle fest, historical demonstrations, craft fair, entertainment, games for kids, hay bale maze, traditional harvest activities, kids' spook alley and more. 

When: October 10-11
Location: Clark Historic Farm, 378 W. Clark Street, Grantsville (about
35 minutes west of downtown Salt Lake City)
Times: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm (Fri.), 10:00 am - 4 pm (Sat.) Vendor set up Fri. 11:00 am, take down Sat. 4:00 pm.

- Sell your crafts or products as a product vendor
- Sell prepared food as food vendor
- Volunteer to do a honey-related demonstration on the stage
- Enter your honey in the first annual National Honey Contest
-Enter the harvest contests: Look-Alike Gourd, Giant Vegetables and Most Unusual Vegetables

More more information on being a vendor at this event please email

Concert, Movie, and Farmer's Markets

Come join us at this summer's last Concert at the Farm! Saturday, Aug. 16, 7pm - we'll be hearing from Grantsville's younger folk, including (but not limited to) Lisa Christensen, Normandy Wanberg, Brandon Williams, and Emily Stone. Following the concert, Friends of the Clark Farm will be hosting a free movie, Despicable Me 2. All events are free, and concessions are available. Bring your own blankets and chairs!

Farmer's Markets begin Saturday August 26 and will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. each Saturday through the end of September. Fresh local produce, baked goods, and much more! 

We have vendor opportunities at the Farmer's Markets as well as our Honey Harvest Festival happening October 10th and 11th. Check back soon or email for more information.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

7 Brides for 7 Brothers

With the Clark Historic Farm as a unique backdrop, the Grantsville Performing Arts Council put on its first theatrical production, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, on August 7,8,9 &11, 2014. The show involved over 50 volunteers who contributed their efforts to directing, acting, choreography, lighting and sound, set building, site prep, ticket sales, program design, concession sales, etc. Others donated their generators, props and concessions, and the result was four fabulous evening performances, equal in quality and talent to any you might find at Sundance or elsewhere. We hope to make this an annual event!

Click here to see more photos on FaceBook

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Kids' Camps Week 2

We enjoyed getting to know a whole new batch of kids and wonderful teen helpers for Week Two of Kids' Historic Farm Camp! 

We also had a great time at our first ever Art at the Farm day camp, which focused on the art of Zentangle. 

Thank you to all who participated--we hope to see you back next year. Click here to see lots more pictures!

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Kids' Camp Week One

One week down, one to go! Check out the photos from our first week at Kids' Historic Farm Camp.

We had a BLAST thanks to all you awesome kids who came and our priceless teenage volunteers!

Monday, June 2, 2014

Kids' Camps

Our sign-up deadline has been extended! 

It's not too late to sign up for Kids' Historic Farm Camp, Farm Science Camp, Art on the Farm, or the Garden Etiquette Tea Party. 

Click here to print your registration form today!