Septembers are filled with the art of local artists at the Oliver H. Kelley Farm. See artists at work and purchase their works weekends throughout September. PLUS - join us for our Artists' Reception Sunday, September 29, 2013 (1:00 - 5:00pm).
The Friends are exceited to once again bring you our Summer Raffle 2013 – with three wonderful prizes. First on the block is half of a Berkshire hog which is eating and growing right now on the Kelley Farm. Ham, bacon and chops will be packed and ready to deliver in the fall. On
Grab a paint brush in one hand and refreshments in the other for our first Paint Pub FUNdraiser at the Kelley Farm. Bring your friends and spend the afternoon painting the beauty of the Kelley Farm under the tutelage of the artistic team from Paint Pub (To-Go). Drinks and appetizers
Saturday, April 13th was our Spring Work Day at The Kelley Farm. Visitors from six states converged to lend a hand with outdoor site improvements (mending fences, splitting wood and prepping gardens for upcoming planting) and indoor projects (cleaning and preparing the Kelley House fo
Join the Friends of the Kelley Farm for a Toy Making Workshop 1-3pm, Saturday, December 1, 2012 at the historic Oliver Kelley Farm in Elk River. Guests of all ages will choose between making several 19th-century toys, including a ball-and-cup game, buzz saws, pick-up sticks and corn h
The Friends of the Kelley Farm are proud to announce another September filled with art! The historic Oliver H. Kelley Farm will host local artists each Saturday and Sunday in September–from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.–for live, on-site painting of the beautiful scenery, livestock and people of
The Oliver H. Kelley Farm hosted a team of 100 Honeywell volunteers and 100 Robbinsdale Cooper High School student volunteers on Tuesday, May 17, 2012. Projects including fence-mending gave volunteers a real taste of what life was like for farmers back in the 19th century. Read more o
The Friends of the Oliver H. Kelley Farm in Elk River have lost a special friend, leader and benefactor. Clinton O. Larson, 83, of Andover, who contributed thousands of dollars to the Farm, was a member of the Board of Directors of the Friends of the Kelley Farm, and chaired the board