Event Dates: Sunday July 21, 2019
Doors open at 5:30pm
Show starts at 6:30pm
Enjoy this full-length performance that reinterprets classical ballet pieces to tell the story of a Vermont farm from Spring to Fall.
Food & Drink
Choose from several food truck options- including dessert!
Explore the breeding barn and grab some delicious food! Don’t miss the pre-show performance at 5:30pm where Farm to Ballet campers will debut the choreography and costumes they crafted during the week of camp!
Shelburne Farm's portion of Ticket Sales will support Junior Iron Chef- a program of VT FEED (Food Education Every Day). The proceeds from Farm to Ballet will be used for scholarships for middle and high school teams to participate in this local food cooking competition held every spring.
1611 Harbor Road
Shelburne VT 05482
About Shelburne Farms
Shelburne Farms is a nonprofit organization educating for a sustainable future. The Farm advances Education for Sustainability in Vermont and internationally by collaborating with educators, schools, and other partners. Shelburne Farms is a leader in professional learning for educators through innovative programs and partnerships, including the Sustainable Schools Project, a Forest for Every Classroom and a Watershed for Every Classroom. In addition, the Farm provides leadership in the National Farm to School Network, Vermont Farm to School Network, Vermont Food Education Every Day (Vermont FEED), and the Farm-Based Education Network. Its on-site education programs include Education for Sustainability workshops for teachers, school field trips, youth summer camps, and community programs for people of all ages. The nonprofit is supported by charitable contributions, as well as its program-support enterprises: a grass-based dairy and award-winning farmstead cheesemaking operation, an organic market garden, maple sugaring and sustainable lumber production, special events, and internationally recognized inn and farm-to-table restaurant. Based on the shores of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont, Shelburne Farms’ campus for learning is a 1,400-acre working landscape and National Historic Landmark. A result of Shelburne Farms and its partners’ work, Vermont’s Greater Burlington was officially designated as a Regional Center of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development by the United Nations in 2015.