Our second installment in our Full Moon Party Series!
Come join us Sunday the 27th to welcome May's Flower Moon! (Though it technically won't be viewable til the 29th).
We'll have musicians Matt Phillips and Chessa Rich playing from 3 - 5 PM!
In honor of the Flower Moon, we'll have some tasty local cider cocktails from . We'll also be featuring other floral products from the area!
The Honeysuckle Tea House will be providing a special Flowery Iced Tea.
We'll have a Maypole dance (when's a better time?) and a Sow your Own Seeds station - Unique Places to Save will help you plant some seasonal flowers that you can take home with you and watch bloom!
We hope to see you out there for a magical, moonsical time!
Our second installment in our Full Moon Party Series!
In celebration of April's Pink Moon, we'll be hosting a party at The Honeysuckle Tea House! There will me s'mores for the kids and young at heart, music in the afternoon, and a bonfire!
Botanist and Barrel will be providing a very tasty (and pink!) Rhubarb Cider for the occasion.
matt phillips and James Walker will be taking the stage at 2:30 PM.
We hope to see you out here for the first of our moon parties!
"Hot patootie, bless my soul! I really love that rock n' roll!"
Come out for our 5th movie night under the stars, featuring the infamous, "Rocky Horror Picture Show." Bring your irreverant senses of humor, and your best Halloween disguise for our first ever costume party. Doors open at 6:00 and movie starts at dusk (~8:15).
All proceeds go to Orange County's Habitat for Humanity.
Bring chairs or blankets, limited picnic table seating available. $7
Purchase Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rocky-horror-picture-show-outdoor-movie-tickets-38850327375?aff=efbeventtix
Introducing Alex Gordez – with unique sound that wins the hearts of everyone – young and old. His music is romantic, beautiful, lyrical, fascinating…and always captivating. It will make your event very special and unforgettable!
Alex most popular offering is - SOLO -(Prelude, Ceremony and then Cocktail and Dinner Music)
The program is carefully crafted to take listeners on an exciting journey through many different music styles, from traditional Jazz, Blues and World music, to Selected R&B, Pop and Rock covers arranged for the guitar, to Alex's own original compositions.
His music can find resonance with any audience, due to his virtuosity, tone, nuances, and emotions, - Lovers of tango, flamenco and sambawould love his music for its emotions and temperament, and also jazz aficionados would admire the mastery of his solos. World and folk music lovers would get plenty of authentic melodies and roots in traditions, the rest of the people will enjoy the tunes and great energy, and even may recognize some of the tunes.
Alex's music consists of much more than emotions and virtuosity. If you listen closely, you will hear thoughtfully constructed compositional techniques, intricate rhythms, dazzling ornamentation, and jazz-influenced improvisation. His music has elements of Jazz, Romany, Latin and Jewish traditions combined with samba, klezmer, flamenco, and other idioms. Such skillful mixing and addition of original ideas are the essence of his musicality.
Alex plays Classical Spanish guitar
Caitlin Washburn stole her brother’s guitar at age 20 so she could teach herself how to play Bob Dylan songs. His music and poetry resonated deep within her, and she felt an undeniable impulse to channel that resonance through her own voice. Steeped in literary education as an undergrad at Baylor University, it wasn’t long before she started writing songs of her own. Drawn time and again to narrative and verse, learning the guitar opened an outlet for her creative charge, and lyrics began sparking onto the page and into sound. Yet throughout her early 20's, Washburn was on a path to career academia, earning a Master's degree in Theology, Imagination, and the Arts from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and beginning PhD coursework in the same program. Ever-perceived by those around her as the intellectual type, she assumed that the life of a professor was her destiny. Until, on a holiday break in 2014 while returning to the Texas home where she so often cloistered herself in her childhood bedroom to immerse herself in Dylan records, Washburn had an epiphany. She was meant to be a musician, and her soul would never be at rest unless she threw herself headlong into writing and performing the songs taking shape in her poet soul.
It’s no surprise that as a student of Dylan, Washburn’s music is thoroughly rooted in folk, showing flashes of Joni Mitchell and Conor Oberst in the raw immediacy of her arrangements and the confessional potency of her lyrics. Her songs capture an unflinching travail along life's hostile highway, and Washburn is not naive to the journey's toll. Sun-scorched, parched, and caked with dust, she surveys the outstretched road ahead, while from the beginning having already seen the end. "I'll probably end with nothing left but a deep and dark chaotic mess of faith and hope and love", she sighs with cynical prescience in one song; but not without a paroxysmal supplication tumbling forth, almost inadvertently: "here's hoping that'll be enough." It’s emblematic of the sureness and doubt that commingle to provoke those cosmic questions of meaning with which every poet must ultimately wrestle, and Washburn doesn’t shy away from hand-to-hand combat. In fact, after going to the mat with life, death, love, heartache, and the innumerable tragedies of existence, she does something surprising: she invites her sparring partners to travel down the highway with her awhile.
The Oblations are a one of a kind two-man Blues/Funk band by Joe MacPhail (drums and keys simultaneously, vocals) and Daniel Fields (guitar, vocals). The resulting sound is that of a three or four piece, as Joe imitates a rhythm section, or plays a piano and bass part while keeping time with his feet. Daniel is multifaceted, with a mastery of both fingerstyle and slide guitar, and a host of evolving tones. There are many genres and musical ideologies at play, but the foundation of The Oblations comes from Blues music, the first true American musical form, and its various forms through history. Daniel and Joe tell their own stories from the thread of American music, and just like in life, the same story is never told the same way twice. They cut the difference between songcraft and improvisation, with covers from Howlin' Wolf to Outkast. You will dance and have a fun time, and the deeper you listen the more you will be rewarded.
SATURDAY AAAAND SUNDAY! 🤗 Come hang with us and shop all of our newest arrivals for Fall in the #CatCallTinyShop! We'll be popping-up at one of our favorite local spots, @honeysuckleteahouse from 12-5pm both days! 🌿 Scroll back one post for a hint at the newness hitting the shop this weekend! Hope to see you there!
"Well, it's nothing very special. Try to be nice to people, avoid eating fat, read a good book every now and then, get some walking in, and try and live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations."
Come out for our 4th movie night under the stars featuring the uproarisously, rude and tasteless Monty Python's "The Meaning of Life." Bring your irreverant senses of humor for some sweet treats and belly laughs, at our beautiful farm. Doors open at 7:00 and movie starts at dark (~8:15).
Monty Python discusses life, from the sanctity of every sperm to the rudeness of the Grim Reaper, in a series of sketches. Unlike the team's story-based feature movies, this one resembles a big-budget episode of the TV show with R-rated jokes (including the infamously sickening exploding glutton); it's still a Python classic, though.
Bring chairs or blankets, limited picnic table seating available. $5
Join us on the Autumn Equinox for a celebration of life, love, and community as we recognize the power of letting go and slowing down during periods of transformation and transition.
Dr. Krishana Clark will host a donation-based community yoga class that will include live instrumental music as well as free expression and flow. All levels are welcome.
Join local author, Jacqueline Leigh as she reads aloud her latest children's book, Time For Bed With Ford And Red. This adventurous tale follows a young boy and his stuffed bunny through the exciting world of dreams. The story is geared towards preschoolers in hopes of promoting healthy and happy sleep. A bedtime necessity, written in rhyme with watercolor illustrations.
Honeysuckle Tea house is excited to host its first community meet up, encouraging local dads to take their daughters out for tea. Grab some iced tea and macaroons, stroll the herb gardens, hang out in the bamboo hammock garde, interact with other Dads and their daughters, and have a great time bonding outside. Pre Registration Required. Click Here
Special guests will be joining us this very special Story Corner. Author Charles Rushbrook and Illustrator Beverly Dyer will be reading their story Thoughts of a Golden Fox .
A delightful book for children and those who are children at heart. The story is told from the viewpoint of a mother Golden Fox, which, according to the book’s short and gentle-hearted Glossary, is “…a magical, and rarely seen, species of fox with unbelievably beautiful golden coats. They are noted for their kindness, gentleness and desire for peace among all living beings.”
Please join us under the sails on the cedar stage for a lovely tale.
Keith brings a wealth of experience to the stage as well as a variety of styles and genres. From love songs to train songs, Keith’s lyrics conjure stories of people, places, and situations that feel both familiar and yet somehow fresh. His instrumental styling’s cover the landscape from finger picked ballads to raucous twelve bar blues.
Keith is a singer-songwriter based in Longview, Texas. He travels throughout the United States and just finished recording his second project for national release "Life's an Open Road". Keith is a veteran of over 40 years in the music business.