Canceling the Lavender Festival 2017

with huge apologies to all our lavender friends, we must cancel our participation in the oregon lavender festival this year. We have a family emergency and will appreciate your thoughts and prayers, should you turn your mind toward us. We look forward to visiting in the future. Best, maryellen yogacowgirls@gmail.com

photo at westwind by meri kemp

 

Lavender Festival Excitement!

Westwind Farm Studio will be open 10am – 4pm Saturday, July 9 and Sunday, July 10. Our farm is located on Old Germantown Rd. Follow the signs to the parking lot. Grab some clippers and pick your own lavender. Hang out and make a lavender wreath or buy one that we made. Check out our freshly distilled oils and spray. Sample lavender syrup, lemonade, and cookies — all made with our organically grown lavender and organic sugar and flour. PURE GOODNESS!

Live plein air art making happening with Gretha Lindwood. Music with Kirin Kapin. Fill your sense with lavender spirit!

We have saved the most vibrant colors for you to pick and made lavender products and oils with the rest!

We have saved the most vibrant colors for you to pick and made lavender products and oils with the rest!

enjoy whimsical photos taken with artworks by Kaitlyn McKenzie Nelson

enjoy whimsical photos taken with artworks by Kaitlyn McKenzie Nelson

On the Lavender Paint out

If you are a plein air painter, our lavender fields are looking really ready for your eyes. Here is some advice from Don Bishop, who has been spending time painting here:

And just so you know, the address and mailbox is for the house. The lavender is on up the road, you will see it on the right. Go past the lavender about a hundred yards and you will see a gravel road with a gate. Open the gate and drive in, it will take you to the lavender fields. They have a nice big tent canopy set now you can paint under if you like!

Don Bishop at work

Check out his work and our pictures on Facebook. Lots of information about the lavender festival July 9 and 10 on that page too!

See you in the fields!

Kay Elmore paints under the big tent