The concerts showcased some top talent every Wednesday evening in July and August, while celebrating the warm weather at the same time — and providing a venue for local producers to sell their wares.
Rock The Farm was bigger than ever in 2013, organizers said in a news release, featuring more farmers market vendors and an expanded lineup for the evening shows.
Anderson Farm averaged 350 to 400 people every Wednesday.
The farm was also fortunate to have the Walden Lions Club and First Waters Venturer Scouts volunteering for setup duties.
Farm taps new design volunteer
The Anderson Farm Museum Heritage Society has announced Morgan Penny, a Grade 12 student at Lively District Secondary, has volunteered to be the farm's new graphic designer.
Those duties were formerly provided by Alek Luopa, another Lively District student who is now attending Laurier University.
Morgan will be working closely with Gwen Doyle, society CIO, to create and revise Anderson Farm's promotional material for Rock The Farm, the fall fair and Christmas Tree-Lighting Celebration.