In 1902 a Husband and Wife had a dream to build a farm, and they made that dream came true. 

In 2007, four generations later, another husband and wife had a another dream to make the farm a wedding venue and grow memories.

And they did just that. 

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1901

This was the homestead of Ty's great grandparents Florent and Christine Meyer who moved out west in 1889.  Read their story…

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2007

May 2007 - month we broke ground to renovate barnyard.

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The front of the barn then - May 2007.

Pictured: Jackson & Maggie Meyer

Barnyard with corrals used for wintering, weaning, and vaccinating cattle.

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Old shop and machine shed.- Before Renovation

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Old shop is now groom's room

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Interior of Barn - Lower side sheds (behind wood walls) were setup with stalls used for calving and wintering cattle. Hay filled the center of barn and upper side sheds. September 2007 began cleanup and renovation of barn.  October 2008 we held our first barn event - an Antique Auction and Barn Dance with Joni Harms.

Inside barn with new foundation, cement floor, and lots of cleaning, ready for our first wedding in August 2008.

The lighting in the rafters are there year round and ready to light up weddings.

In 2017 we added a mahogany color set of chair for inside seating. 

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August 2007 - first event Summer Farm Festival .

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July 2009 - Roofed pavilion and landscaped grounds.

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The front of the barn with amphitheater and pavilion.

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Landscaped grounds, lavender field, pavilion & pond replace the corrals and small sheds a year and a half later. The plants are thriving!

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Before

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After