Upcoming Events

Emily Kate Boyd

October 21th, 6:00 – 9:00pm EST Music starts at 7. Rain or Shine

$10 Tickets – Cash, Vemno, or Cash App

Kids Get In Free

Enjoy the changing of seasons with an evening of live music at Walden Peak Farm.

Emily Kate Boyd – Singer, songwriter & musician.
Her charming, folky americana style with a bluesy twist will lure you in and wanting more.

October 21st, 6-9pm Music starts at 7.

Tickets are $10, Kids get in free!

BYO-drinks, we will be selling some farm fresh concessions.

We will have a fire in the field and will have a farm fresh concessions for purchase.

Live Action Story Time and Smores!

Bring a blanket and a picnic for an interactive Story Time by author and educator, Andrea Zoppo, aka Ms. Ladybug. After Story time there will be a fire with Smore kits and hot coco available for purchase.

415pm-5pm Immersive and Interactive Story Time.
All are welcome!
$5 suggested donation.
5pm-630pm. Picnic and Smore Party at the Farm.

About Story Time:
Storm Bugs Rejoice! Learning through Play and Literacy!
Join author and educator Andrea Zoppo, fondly known as Ms. Ladybug, for a fun-filled time learning about our pollinator friends and what happens to them and other crawlies during a storm! With her new book Storm Bugs , Ms. Ladybug will guide you through the story with puppets, sound effects, and interactive play. Come find out what happens during a storm, you might be quite surprised.

About Andrea Zoppo:
Andrea Zoppo is an author, artist, children’s entertainer, and gardener, with 20 years of teaching experience. Her work and dedication as an educator have awarded her PBS’s Early Learning Champion, one of just 17 in the United States in Nov, 2018. Certified as a Nature Based Educator with the Eastern Region Association of Forest and Nature Schools, her main love is learning and sharing the wonders of our natural world.

About Walden Peak Farm:
The Farm is cared for by Ryan Welch , Andrea Zoppo, and the Welch Family. It has been in the Welch Family for many generations and is a destination and venue to enjoy the wonders and beauty of nature. Stay tuned for more magic sprouting up!

Past Events

Swing and Blues with Triple L Trio

October 6th, 6:00 – 9:00pm EST Music starts at 7. Rain or Shine

$10 Tickets – Cash, Vemno, or Cash App

Kids Get In Free

We will have a fire in the field and will have a farm fresh dinner option for purchase.

Bluegrassy Sunday at The Farm

September 24th, 1:00 – 5:00pm EST Rain or Shine

$12 Tickets – Cash, Vemno, or Cash App

Kids Get In Free

Music starts at 2:00pm

Signal Mountain’s very Owen Saunder’s band, Tin Foil Mule, will be providing us with a daytime bluegrass show on the farm! Bring your hammocks, lawn chairs, and blankets to sit on.

We will be selling fresh treats and concessions.

First Day of Fall Family Gathering

September 23rd 4:30 – 10:00pm EST

Event is free to attend.

Celebrate the first day of Fall at beautiful Walden Peak Farm!

4:30-5:30pm – All ages Nature Art invitation by Andrea aka Ms. Ladybug in Pavilion (Followladybug.com)
5-7:30pm – Dinner is available for purchase from Chef Ryan or you can bring your own meal/picnic
7-8pm – Sound Bath/Journey in the Woods with Skyeris of skyeris.art/sound 
8pm – Singing Circle around the fire pit with Naomi of Chattanooga Singing Circle. facebook.com/chattanoogasingingcircle/
8:30sh-10pm Free and Open Drum circle

Things to bring.
Eating utensils and plate(appreciated but not necessary)
Water.
Blanket.
Yoga mat.
Chair
Drum

Event Link

Chattanooga Singing Circle

Sept 18th – Time TBA

Community Singing in Interesting Places

Chattanooga Singing Circle Website


Primal Rhythm’s Ecstatic Dance

August 27th 1:30 – 4:00pm EST

$20 to attend

This two-hour experience will include an opening and closing circle with Hara, guided movement by Lauren Whaley, an ecstatic dance set by Magi Music, and a closing sound bath meditation by Reya Sol.

Event Link

Primal Rhythm’s Ecstatic Dance

12:30-3:30pm July 30th
$20 at the door

Art and Nature Play Camp

Ages 5-9 July 24-28, 9am-2pm

$200/week Register with $25 deposit

Click here for more camp info!

Find out more about Ms. Ladybug!


Chattanooga Singing Circle

July 23rd 9:00-10:30am

Community Singing in Interesting Places

Click Here For Event Details

Chattanooga Singing Circle Website


Chattanooga Singing Circle

July 2nd 10:00-11:30am

Community Singing in Interesting Places

Click Here For Event Details

Chattanooga Singing Circle Website


Faun Fables Solstice Party & Concert

(THE TIME IS 6pm EST sharp)
WE ARE SO EXCITED TO PRESENT
FAUN FABLES for Solstice!
Family Friendly
$15 in advance *link below
$20 at the door
Kids are free!


Show at 7pm EST
Amazing Local LON ELDRIDGE
Giant Puppet Performance
8pm Headliner
THE INCREDIBLE FAUN FABLES

Listen
Faun Fables
https://youtu.be/k_vYbAClZCI

Lon Eldridge
https://youtu.be/EwuzwtUKF7Y

$15 Advance Tix
https://account.venmo.com/u/michael-mccamish-2 

View Our Space

The Pavilion

Walden Peak Farm is an old 22 acre homestead atop Walden’s Ridge on the back of Signal Mountain. Handcrafted from the land, our 44×33 timber-frame pavilion provides a central gathering spot for your events equipped with two large private bathrooms with vanities and mirrors. Nestled behind an old family farmhouse, the pavilion is steps away from gardens and orchards. We grow a variety of perennial and annual flowers which provide a show of continuous blooms from spring to fall.

The Gardens

Just a short walk from the pavilion there are several gardens and orchards to explore. We grow a variety of perennial and annual flowers which provide a show of continuous blooms from spring to fall. Our herb and garden beds look more like flower beds from a distance! Patches of poppies popping in the spring, peonies busting blooms around mothers day, and coneflowers swaying in the breeze throughout the year. Yellow and pink yarrows are enchanting. Colorful gladiolas parade in show to our delight, and the sunflowers dazzle in the light. Bachelor buttons, coreopsis, zinnia’s and cosmos everywhere. Swamp Hibiscus, spearmint, passionflowers, and many more blooming things to enjoy- such as…. blackberries, blueberries, apples, pears and grapes, oh my!

The Farmhouse

The rustic 1908 farmhouse is provided Medium to large events. Used as a place of refuge, staging/storage, or just preparing for the special moments ahead. Two bathrooms are located in the pavilion, adjacent to the back of the farmhouse.

The Woods

Our woods venue is directly across the backfield from the pavilion. It is in a natural clearing, nestled in a grove of mature white oak trees, located next to springhead. The natural depression in the earth forms a bowl around this spot, highlighting this event location.