LAVENDER FESTIVAL AT 123 FARM

Activities

Join in a lavender craft class or hop on a free antique tractor-drawn wagon for a tour around our historic property. Crafts and other activities are for guests of the Lavender Festival only. Please be sure to purchase your admission ticket in addition to your activity registration.

A large sign that reads 'Petting Zoo' with guests lining around a fence.

Petting Zoo

Stop by the petting zoo and say hello to the chickens, bunnies, goats, sheep, pig, mini alpaca, and a mini cow! Free. Petting zoo opens May 26. When opened, the Petting zoo will operate from 10 am to 6 pm.

A photo of lavender wands.

Lavender Wands

Create your own lavender wand to gift to a friend or to decorate your home with! Each participant will make their own lavender wand to take home using the lavender that was freshly harvested from 123 Farm. Available beginning June 18. $15 per DIY wand.
Click here to register for class

A group of people making and wearing lavender crowns.

Lavender Crowns

For the ultimate combination of your sense of style and your crafting affinity, you should create a your very own lavender crown. $25 per DIY crown. Available beginning June 18.
Click here to register for class

an antique tractor pulling a wagon full of people with tour guide.

Free Wagon Tours

Take a ride through the lavender fields to the 1000-year old oak tree and back. Your friendly tour guide will tell you about the history of the ranch. This free tractor tour lasts 10-15 minutes and is available on a first come basis (free tours subject to change without notice). Weekdays 3-5 pm, Weekends 12-5 pm*.
*Tour guides take a break from 2:40-3:10 pm.

A lady giving a talk in front of a lavender distiller machine.

Distillation Demo

Watch as one of our farmers demonstrates our method of distilling lavender to extract essential oils. Distillation demonstrations at:
Friday to Sunday 11 am and 3 pm
Monday to Thursday 3 pm

Tea being poured into a teacup.

Sourdough Bread Hall & Tea Room

Sample lavender-infused teas from 123 Farm and regenerative green teas from Wild Orchard. Purchase sweets made out of tea and our popular lavender lattes. Purchase organic sourdough bread made with ancient grains from the Bread Hall. Both areas are open daily from 12-5 pm.

A yellow and black striped wall, honey decorated shop.

The Organic Galleries

Decorated to celebrate our Sheep Shearing Festival held every spring, browse through a parade of eight shops, each themed around elements of our farm, and a cafe featuring lavender goodies. Kids can play a game finding hidden lambs in each shop. Retail products can be purchased by bringing a completed order form to the Fulfillment Center. Open 11 am to 5 pm (cafe open on weekends only).

A band playing music on a stage.

Live Music

Enjoy live music on the festival lawn Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 12 pm to 2 pm. Live music begins on May 27. View the live music schedule here.

Boys playing a game of life size chess.

Lawn Games

Enjoy a game of giant chess, cornhole, giant Jenga and ping pong on the main festival lawn. Free.

A towering 50 foot black oak tree.

1000 Year Oak Tree

One of the world's oldest black oak trees, take a photo in front of this 50 ft natural beauty.

A display of wooden bowls, plates and spoons.

Oak Mercantile

Shop handmade goods made using wood from our 1000-year-old tree and olive trees by a local artist. Purchase vintage Highland Springs Resort merchandise and view historical prints from our archives and learn about the history of Highland Springs Ranch & Inn. Open 11 am to 5 pm daily.

Customers shopping in a large tent displaying floral and lavender goods.

Flower Market

Various types of lavender plants for sale (propagated from our lavender). Culinary and beauty products made from our lavender and other florally-inspired gifts. Open 10 am to 6 pm daily.

A pop up tent decorated with various posters on plants.

Master Gardeners

The UC Master Gardener Program is a public service and outreach program under the University of California Agriculture & Natural Resources. These experts can help you get started growing your very own lavender or troubleshoot any gardening issues you may have.

Red flowers blooming on cactus.

Indigenous Garden Tour

Join us on this fascinating tour where Master Gardeners guide you through our Indigenous Garden which showcases Native culture and the edible and medicinal plants that grow wild in our area and were historically used by our local tribes. Saturdays and Sundays at 11am. Meet in front of 123 Farm Marketplace.

A row of pop up tents housing vendors selling handmade goods.

Vendors

Permanent vendors housed in our cottage rooms offering handmade and unique gifts. Vendors are in attendance at their own discretion and might not be open every day. Vendors are also located in our century-old olive groves, this area features a rotating list of vendors offering unique gift items.

Live Music Schedule

Live music begins on May 27 and will be available Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12-2 pm until the end of the Lavender Festival. Music will be played on the stage on the festival lawn located next to the food court.

May 27-28 - Aaron Copenhaguen
May 29 - Jackson Mankowski
May 30 - Aaron Copenhaguen
June 3-5 - Aaron Copenhaguen
June 10-12 - Aaron Copenhaguen
June 17-19 - Jackson Mankowski
June 24-26 - Jackson Mankowski
July 1-3 - Aaron Copenhaguen
July 8-10 - Aaron Copenhaguen
July 15 - Aaron Copenhaguen
July 16-17 - Know Wonder
July 22 - Aaron Copenhaguen
July 23-24 - Coral Bells
July 29-31 - Aaron Copenhaguen

Upcoming Events at 123 Farm

With a variety of events and festivals taking place on the farm, we invite you to some of our other upcoming events. Please note most events have an admission or parking fee. We highly recommend purchasing an annual membership for free admission, free parking and additional perks.

A century old olive grove at night, with branches brightly lit with wrapped string lights.

Lavender Nights

An installation of over 400,000 lights in our lavender fields and farm. Free admission.

Sept 1-Oct 23, 2022
Thursdays-Sundays

Rows of lavender lit with string lights at night.

Christmas at 123 Farm

Enjoy festive food and drinks while walking through our Christmas village while taking in the holiday lights around our farm!

November 4-January 8, 2023

A lady sampling sourdough bread with a large sign that reads Sourdough Bread behind her.

Sourdough Festival

Sample different types of foods made with organic sourdough. Join a workshop on fermentation. Free admission.

February 18-March 19, 2023

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