With the health and safety of our visitors, staff, and community in mind, Grace Farms temporarily closed to the public on March 9 and remains closed. All programs scheduled during this time will be cancelled or rescheduled.
Although Grace Farms is temporarily closed, the work of Grace Farms Foundation continues.
The Grace Farms Relief Fund for Connecticut, which was established with private donations totaling $2.5 million, to address the critical shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for health care workers in Fairfield and New Haven counties. Grace Farms Foundation has also organized the Grace Farms Alliance Against COVID-19, an effort comprised of more than half a dozen partner organizations to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn more about what we are doing to help serve our community during this time and our COVID-19 response effort.
Enjoy a special meal with friends and neighbors, featuring local performing artists. This affordable dining experience promises expansive views and excellent company. The evening will take place in the River building’s Commons—a 6,900 square foot glass room appointed with social community tables built from trees harvested on the grounds, comfortable sofas, and a coffee bar serving our very own Heavenly Roast.
Please note: We always have a vegetarian option inspired by the main dish. It may be decided up to the night of to ensure the freshest local produce.
Advance registration is required for the Community Dinner. As a reminder, smoking and drinking are not permitted at Grace Farms.