Yoga on the Farm
Come to Teter at 9AM on Friday mornings for Yoga on the Farm with Amber Good. The group will meet in the outdoor worship area (at the back of the property). Bring a mat and water. Optional items include a yoga block for modifications and an eye pillow, but these aren't required. We will focus on health and well-being for body and spirit. The classes are free, but donations are accepted.
Join us for a seasonal fall Farm to Table Dinner Fundraiser for Teter Organic Farm. Proceeds will benefit the farm’s mission to feed the hungry and bring an end to food insecurity in Hamilton County.
Friday, September 17
6:30-7pm - Drinks & Appetizers
7-8:30pm - Dinner
Purgatory Golf Club, 12160 East 216th Street, Noblesville
This elegant fall gathering will be held at the beautiful lodge at the Purgatory Golf Club and feature inventive fare showcasing Teter Organic Farm's vegetables.
Tickets are $65 each and include appetizers, a three-course meal, and two drinks (beer & wine).
The deadline for ticket sales has passed but mark your calendar for next year's event! Keep up with all the exciting developments at the farm ... CLICK HERE to sign up for the email list!
Teter Organic Farm is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and is owned by Noblesville First United Methodist Church. Its mission is to combat food insecurity, build meaningful relationships across barriers which sometimes divide us, and educate children and adults on the importance of environmental stewardship and care.
Get your fresh Teter Organic Farm produce at the Noblesville Farmers Market each Saturday, 8AM-noon at Federal Hill Commons, 175 Logan Street.
Every purchase at the Teter booth helps support the farm's mission to combat food insecurity in Hamilton County.
The market hosts a diverse and unique vendor base, from produce, to fresh meat, to flowers to candles, and runs through October 9. For information about parking and a full list of vendors, click here for Noblesville Main Street's Farmers Market page.