All listed farm events are for CSA members & invited friends and family only.

If you would like to visit the farm and are not a CSA member

contact us or join us for a Friday pizza night on the farm.

All farm events (unless noted) have no additional cost.

1st CSA Delivery Thursday, June 7th

Pick-up sites will be open from 1-6 pm every Thursday

Pizza Nights at Stoney Acres Farm April 20th -Nov 3rd Every Friday and Saturday

Fridays 4:30pm-8:30pm. The pizza is made with ingredients from our farm including the wheat, vegetables, meats and with local and Wisconsin organic cheeses. These events are not included in the cost of the CSA but are a nice excuse to come visit us. There will be one CSA cooking class and u-pick opportunities during several Friday Nights for CSA members. We will have 3-5 choices each week including a cheese/margarita and seasonal rotations (look forward to the “scape goat” garlic scape, and goat cheese and hundreds of others). Bring a blanket to sit on and your own drinks and enjoy and evening on the farm.

Preservation Days . Come some Sunday afternoon to help put up the harvest in my commercial kitchen and take some home for your freezer or celler.  Peas, beans, strawberries, Kraut, Kimchi, sweetcorn, tomato sauce. Watch newsletter for announcements. 

Upick and Gleaning- upick is a bonus (not part of the calculated cost) of a CSA share but is something some people really enjoy. We will still offer traditional upick for tomatoes (every family gets at least 1/2 bushel free) and pumpkins (at the pumpkin pick or by appointment if you cant make it out for that event) and may offer berries or other crops if there is a specific glut.

This season we will expand options by offering gleaning times (times to come out and pick beds of vegetables once we are done harvesting). This food can be picked for individual use or as part of a group donation to local food pantries (or both). These times will be announced in weekly newsletters. Some gleaning options will involve helping us harvest something like sweet potatoes (you take small extras) and some will be more self guided (you pick the remaining peas or beans). There is no cost associated with gleaning but it is a great way to stock your pantries, to pick for fun or experience with your kids, or as a way to eliminate food waste and to provide food for lower income families in the region. 

Harvest Festival Potluck and Barn Dance, Saturday July 28th 2018

Featuring Hometown Harmony Club – 7-11pm Barn Dance up the Road at the Weiler (Tony’s mom’s family)Farm (7-11)  This year we are not doing the potluck at our farm but will have a small open house if folks want to explore from 5-6pm - the barn dance is not at our farm, but down the road at Tony's mothers home farm. Get down at a good old fashioned barn dance featuring Hometown Harmony Club. The barn dance will feature local organic hourderves, homemade wine and beer, and several non-alcoholic selections. This event will feature our annual fundraisers for the share-a-share fund/partner shares program to provide shares for low income members. 

Athens Fair Float, Salsa!

Known as “The World’s Biggest Small Town Fair” the Athens fair features among other things: a horse show, cattle and vegetable judging, midway games and rides, and the beer tent. Our float in the Sunday Parade has taken  first prize in the past. We always love for more people to join our homemade float in costume!