The Chanticleer Quartet summer festival is underway, and the main farm house is full of guests. Here are some shots of the goings on.
There are a couple of concerts planned to take place on the farm this summer, bringing in a diverse cross section of the community to enjoy the property and take in a wide range of musical styles.
The first is a free afternoon classical concert put on by the Chanticleer String Quartet, planned for August 3rd at 3:30 pm. There is no entrance fee, and the public is welcome. In the event of rain, the event will be held at Earlham College.
The second concert is a full day and night of music on August 30th. This will be year 6 for Prophets Fest, and will host a variety of music, ranging from Bluegrass to Reggae to Electronic DJs. There is a $20 ticket fee ($25 at the gate) to help cover the costs, and camping is encouraged.
We’re looking forward to a great summer with lots of great music and community involvement!