CRESTWOOD, KY September 22, 2016— Hayrides, pumpkin picking, corn maze, games, and more. The best of fall is soon to arrive for your enjoyment at Foxhollow Farm. Make your way to the 9th Annual Foxhollow Farm Fall Festival Saturday, October 8th 10am-6pm to experience this autumn tradition.
Foxhollow Farm welcomes the community to their working, family farm to enjoy a family-friendly event featuring local food, music, games, crafts, and wholesome farm activities. Take delight in their newest additions to the Fall Festival like Brews and BBQ. Savor various local barbeque vendors’ smoky creations and choose from an assortment of craft beers on draft from local breweries.
Nearly 10,000 people from multiple generations attended the 2015 event- a 100 percent increase from the previous year. Foxhollow Farm staff is anticipating 7,000 to 10,000 attendees this year and has planned accordingly. To support this growing event, Foxhollow Farm has enlisted twice the number of volunteers to help facilitate activities, increased parking, added a children’s stage with interactive entertainment, and has doubled the food, fun, play space, and free and low cost activities for you and your family to explore. Admission is free with a $10 per car parking fee.
“It’s incredible to think back to nine years ago when we had just 100 people around a bonfire to now having 10,000 people from the community visiting the Fall Festival in support of Maryhurst,” shares Maggie Keith, co-owner and 4th generation farmer at Foxhollow Farm.
Proceeds from the Fall Festival benefit Maryhurst and their therapeutic and educational services for abused and neglected girls. With the community’s generous support, Foxhollow Farm has donated more than $85,000 in Fall Festival proceeds to Maryhurst in the last seven years. This year, they hope to donate an additional $30,000 to Maryhurst. Please join Foxhollow Farm at their annual Fall Festival in support of Maryhurst and Foxhollow Farm’s outreach programs as they strive to attain their goal.
The 9th Annual Foxhollow Farm Fall Festival is being held Saturday, October 8th 10am-6pm at Foxhollow Farm 8905 Hwy 329 Crestwood, KY 40014, just 15 miles northeast of Downtown Louisville.
Learn more about the Fall Festival by visiting their webpage.
About Foxhollow Farm
Foxhollow Farm is located 15 miles northeast of downtown Louisville in Crestwood, KY and is easily accessible from I-71 or the Gene Snyder. The farm is managed by a 3rd and 4th generation mother and daughter team. Foxhollow Farm raises 100% grassfed beef and is dedicated to growing healthy food and strengthening the relationship between human beings and nature. Foxhollow Farm invites others to build a connection with the environment through events at their farm like the Sunset Concert Series, Fall Festival, and Customer Appreciation Days.
For 174 years, Maryhurst has cared for abused and neglected children, making it the state’s oldest behavioral health services organization. Believing in the worth of children, strength of families and the power of hope, Maryhurst is dedicated to the healing of those in crisis through a continuum of innovative and specialized care. The private, non-profit agency cares for 300 children each year through a residential treatment program for teenage girls, community based residential treatment for teen girls, therapeutic foster care services, psychiatric residential treatment facilities, outpatient services, and transitional living services. Maryhurst is recognized nationally for its expertise in caring for severely traumatized youth, most often victims of sexual, physical and/or emotional abuse or neglect.
Candice A. Orm
502-241-9674 ext. 130