Winter Solstice Gathering

Winter Solstice Gathering at Meetinghouse Farm



Wednesday   December 21
6-7:30 PM
(Weather Permitting)

Join Neighbors and Friends

 Celebrate Nature’s Gifts


Music, Readings and Reflections


Dress warmly * Bonfire * Refreshments


Donations Welcome


Meetinghouse Farm is located

at 2135 Meetinghouse Way (Rte. 149) West Barnstable


For information contact Judy:

Pie and Bake Sale

Meetinghouse Farm Pre-Thanksgiving


Pie and Bake Sale
Wednesday November 23
9 AM-11:30 AM

West Barnstable Community Building
Route 149 West Barnstable

Pies * Cakes * Cookies

Holiday Breads

 Finnish Nisu


Door Prizes! 

Proceeds to benefit Meetinghouse Farm

For additional information contact:

 Judy at

Meetinghouse Farm Tree Walk

Friday  October 7  1:00 PM
 Join Russ Norton
 Cape Cod Extension Service Educator

Russ will identify some of the Farm’s
 beautiful trees and share his insights on their growth and care.

Part of Cape Pathways Walking Weekend

Easy walking conditions.  Approximately 1 hour 15 min. 

Located at 2135 Meetinghouse Way (Route 149) W. Barnstable

Community Yard Sale 10-8-16


Community Yard Sale
Saturday October 8

9:00 - 2:00

(Rain Date Sunday October 9)

Small furniture * Antiques * Books
Household Items * Jewelry
Plants * Garden Accessories

10x10 Vendor Space Available


Contact Dianne at

(No Early Birds Please)

Meetinghouse Farm is located at
2135 Meetinghouse Way, West Barnstable


Hydrangea Festival

Meetinghouse Farm is pleased to participate in the

2016 Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival
July 9, 10, 16, 17
9 AM- 3 PM

Stroll the Farm’s gardens and learn about the history
of this beautiful open space property.

Donation $5

Refreshments Available

Flag Day Celebration

Tree Blitz

This month Meetinghouse Farm welcomes Barnstable United Fourth Graders for
TREE BLITZ - an annual week of field trips which extend the Grade 4 Science curriculum.

With the help of Americorps Cape Cod, students learn about tree ecology, soil health, invasive species, seed planting and data collection.

Students arrive with enthusiasm and curiosity. A great way to complete the school year!

Vegetable Gardening 101

AG & Hort Program
Cape Cod Cooperative Extension

May 26, 2016
June 30, 2016
August 4, 2016
Time: 4:00 to 5:30 PM

  • This program is open to the public and is free of charge!
  • No pre-registration required.
  • Will be held rain or shine!

Come join us at Meetinghouse Farm in West Barnstable as Russell Norton, Extension Educator, discusses timely subjects in the vegetable garden. The program will take place in the community garden and include a demonstrative approach to help you learn about how to have a better vegetable garden. Each of the three programs will include a different set of topics including everything from soil to how to implement integrated pest management (IPM).

Soil weeds • transplants • insects • disease • cucurbits • tomato • preparing for fall?


Garden Potpourri

Meetinghouse Farm Garden Potpourri
Saturday May 14  9-2
Plant Sale and More

Veggie Seedlings
Perennials and Herbs
Recycled Garden Tools & Accessories
Gardening Books
Pots and Containers

If you are visiting the many plant sales being held on May 14, include the Farm for some garden treasures!

2135 Meetinghouse Way West Barnstable

Community Yard Sale

Meetinghouse Farm Garden Potpourri
Saturday June 4  9-2

(Rain cancels)

Small furniture* Antiques * Books Household Items *Jewelry
Plants* Garden Accessories

10x10 Vendor Space Available

Contact Dianne at

2135 Meetinghouse Way West Barnstable
(No Early Birds Please)

Garden Guidelines Spring 2016

Garden plots (one per individual or family) are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Preference will be given to residents of the Town of Barnstable and to repeat participants.

  • Garden plots must be cultivated by June 30 and may not remain fallow for the growing season.
  • Gardeners may amend soil with a variety of organic materials. Only organic pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers are permitted.
  • Participants are responsible for monitoring the health of their plants.
  • Keep gardens neat and attractive and maintain clear pathways. Weeds along the perimeter of each garden plot must be kept trimmed by the gardener.
  • The pathways and lanes are mowed periodically by volunteers. Please keep them free of rocks, plant debris, and hoses. Structures to hang up your hoses are permitted.
  • Only temporary and removable fencing or structures are permitted.
  • Locate vertical garden structures with attention to shade created for adjacent gardens.
  • Include some plants that encourage bees and butterflies.
  • Respect the space, materials and plants of other gardeners.
  • Participants are required to bring their own hoses and turn off the water at the spigot after use. Water if possible in morning or late afternoon. If timers are used for watering, please monitor them regularly.
  • Mulch gardens to limit water needs and water deeply rather than frequently. The MHF water supply comes from a well, not town water. If it runs out we are all affected.
  • Please indicate if you have excess produce for picking that can be sold at the MHF Farm Stand or be donated to an appropriate organization. If you are going to be away while your crops are ripening, please designate someone from Meetinghouse Farm or a friend to pick the produce so it does not go to waste.
  • Park only in designated parking areas as indicated on the garden map.
  • All supplies, hoses, and accessories must be removed by November 1 for Fall cleanup.

Disputes should be directed in writing to the MHF Board of Directors
MHF PO Box 330 W. Barnstable, MA 02668

For additional information:
Contact Barbara Ryshavy at or call 508-428-1956

Annual Spring Garden Talk

With Landscape Designer Anne Firth

The Big Benefits of Container Gardening

Saturday March 12, 10 AM - 12 noon

Container Selection

Best Flower, Vegetable and Herb Choices

Basic Planting Techniques * Placement and Care

Please preregister with Susan:

$5 Donation Suggested

West Barnstable Community Building
Corner of Lombard Avenue and Meetinghouse Way

Village of West Barnstable Clean Up

Saturday April 23 8:30 - Noon

Volunteer with families, neighbors and friends!

West Barnstable Community Building

Gloves and Bags Provided
Coffee and Donuts
Give an hour or a morning!


Degrades Our Lakes and Ponds
Destroys the Beauty of Cape Cod
Diminishes Community Pride

Sponsored by the West Barnstable Civic Association

Supported by Meetinghouse Farm

For more information on the April 23
statewide clean-up campaign visit:

Summer Solstice Celebration 2016

Summer Solstice
Celebration and Meditation

Meetinghouse Farm
Sunday June 19 at 6PM

Come celebrate
*the beauty of the summer season
*the joy of growing
*the gifts of community
Music* Poems* Meditation
Suggested Donation $5
Meetinghouse Farm is located
at 2135 Meetinghouse Way West Barnstable, MA

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