Work Day & Barn Dance

Next is Saturday, November 16th

**Please note: we will not be offering a Work Day/Barn Dance in December**




1pm  |  Work Day

We love farm volunteers! The workday begins at 1 pm at the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band's Native Garden, located behind Pie Ranch's Roadside Barn. Later you can join our farmers in the production fields or continue working in the Native Garden. Farm projects change each month with the passing of the season. These tips will help prepare you:

  • Parking is behind the Roadside Barn.

  • Check-in at the Amah Mutsun Native Garden where everybody will join up to start.

  • Please leave dogs at home. (We love them too, but this isn’t a good event for them.)

  • For comfort bring bottles of water to stay hydrated, layers of clothing for changing weather, sunscreen and hats, and please wear closed-toe shoes to protect your feet.

  • To pitch in, bring work gloves to protect your hands, gardening tools, and plenty of enthusiasm! (We have backup gloves and tools in case you forget, so don’t fret.)

3pm  |  Optional Farm Tour

Cost is $20-$15 sliding scale per person

Meet your tour guide at the Roadside barn and check-in. Our tour discusses our sustainable agricultural practices, ranges over the entire 27 acres of the farm, takes folks in to peek at the historic Steele Ranch buildings, visits the goats, cows, chickens, and pigs and when possible includes sampling from the fields.


5pm  |  Potluck Dinner

The potluck brings a few dozen people out, each with a dish they’ve brought to share. Join us at the Roadside barn to enjoy food and community.


6- 9 pm  |  Music and Dancing

Cost for the dance is

  • $20-$15 sliding scale for ages 12+

  • $10 for ages 5-11

  • FREE for children under 5

Please note that there will be some tickets for sale at the door. Payment with CASH or Checks only please.

The Dance lasts 3 hours and features the County Line Pickers (Jim Davies, bass; Joni Davies, guitar; Hide Kawatsure, mandolin; Jason Lampel, banjo; Luke Abbott and Nancy Vail, fiddles) with caller Erik Hoffman to lead the do-si-dos and more!

To encourage a friendly family atmosphere and encourage safe driving out on Hwy 1, the potluck and barn dance are alcohol-free events. Our office is closed on Saturday and Sunday so the latest RSVP online we can accept is the Thursday before the barndance, by 3pm.