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N: Nash Farm, Grapevine, Texas
April 18: Celebrate life on the farm like Grapevine’s earliest settlers. Held at Grapevine’s historic Nash Farm, the event features heritage toys, kitchen gardening, cotton planting, authentic heritage animal breeds, tractor-drawn wagon rides, field cultivation, wood carving demonstrations, jump rope making, cooking demonstrations on a wood burning stove and blacksmith demonstrations.
This 5.2 acre historic farm, built by Thomas Jefferson Nash in 1859, is open year round, excepting a few holidays and two weeks in February. Admission is free.
The farm grounds are open for self-guided tours through regular business hours. During special events and scheduled tours the historic structures and exhibits are open also.