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Spring Fling FAQs

What is Spring Fling?

Our Farm’s hallmark annual event! Held every year since 2010 on Memorial Day Weekend, we gather together to usher in the summer season with blessing of the lands, music, community, food, learning and fun!

Who Can Attend?

Spring Fling is open to all! Bring the whole family — we have children’s activities and pets are welcome too! Pets must be leashed as needed, and be safely enclosed at night.

Where Do I Stay?

You’ll love sleeping under the stars here at the Farm! Camping is available onsite, with outdoor showers and restroom facilities available for campers.

For the less adventurous, please be sure to check out our Where to Stay page for more information on nearby lodging, all within a twenty minute drive of the Farm.

What Should I Bring?

Pack light layers so you are prepared for the weather. You may want to bring a pair of boots for walking out in the field. Otherwise, be sure to protect yourself from the sun and bugs with a sun hat, sunscreen and insect repellent. PLEASE NOTE: we do not allow any synthetic chemical products on our land. Please bring only green, eco-friendly, and/or organic products.

Be sure to bring a reusable water bottle too!

Meals are FREE with Event Registration

All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner + Snacks) are being offered by donation via Odiyana Khandro Ling Interfaith Ministry (OKL).

Delicious vegan, vegetarian and omnivore options — all local, organic, biodynamic and made with LOVE!

Do You Offer Admission Discounts?

Reduced admission prices available for families and/or those requiring financial assistance. Please email info@oldkingfarm.com to request a discount.

Note: Select activities are FREE and open to the public, including our Buddhist Kirtan Chant with Lee Mirabai Harrington on Saturday, 5/27 at 7pm and all activites on Monday, 5/29.

What Can I Expect at Spring Fling?

Be prepared for an amazing weekend! Whether you join us for the entire event, or simply for a day, you will experience a wonderful community, eat amazingly delicious, nourishing food, learn hands-on techniques to help heal Mother Earth, and most of all, you will feel rejuvenated by our truly peaceful land!

On Saturday, Sunday and Monday, we begin each day with an early morning meditation, Tai Chi, Qi Gong and PanEuRhythmy Dance, followed by Breakfast and the day’s activities.

Saturday will be chock full of learning throughout the day, with Buddhist Kirtan Chant in the evening. You need not be Buddhist or have any chanting experience to participate! Lee Mirabai Harrington is a world-class musician and simply listening to the beautiful music and chant is a delight for the senses!

On Sunday we get to work stirring Biodynamic preps (with musical accompaniment) and all go out into the fields to “spray” the lands!

The afternoon will include breakout sessions on various topics (Qi Healing, Breathwork) and we will have a fireside Kava ceremony at night.

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