Enjoy the beauty and history of Nash Farm, located at 626 Ball St., and a tasty treat on Saturday, July 10, at Nash Farm’s 1920s Ice Cream Social from 7 p.m. until dark. This family-friendly event features old-fashioned, hand-cranked ice cream, ‘20s music, antique cars, lawn games and more!
Relax in the great outdoors and soak up summer with sundaes, root beer floats, lemonade and watermelon as the Lone Star String Band entertains with their traditional old-time and Texas-style prairie music. Additionally, Jessie Jean will spin 1920s records on an antique phonograph under the shade.
Take a stroll by ‘20s-era antique cars or vintage bicycles from the period while kids of all ages can play old-fashioned lawn games such as croquet, horseshoe pitching and more!
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnics to the event. Admission is $5 per person, which includes homemade ice cream, refreshments and all activities.
Nash Farm, circa 1859, is the oldest operating farmstead in Tarrant County. Through interpretive programs, events and exhibits, Nash Farm educates the community about the heritage and importance of the Grape Vine Prairie and Grapevine’s pivotal role in the development of North Texas.
A variety of programs and special events held throughout the year offer guests a unique learning experience in a historic setting. Remaining events include First Fridays at the Farm, Heritage Workshops, Barn Dance and Fall Round-Up. Volunteer opportunities at Nash Farm are available through the Nash Farmhand Program.
To purchase tickets or for more information about Nash Farm’s 1920s Ice Cream Social, please call 817.410.3185 or visit NashFarm.org.