FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT AT CAPAY VALLEY LAVENDER
Get out of the house with your quarantine pod and watch the inspiring family film, "The Biggest Little Farm" at Capay Valley Lavender. Let's do something that fills us up with inspiration and good family fun all the while raising money for a Vacaville farmer in need.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
It all started with a dream of farming and a small patch of land perfect for lavender. Our plants bask in the Valley's sunshine and need very little water. We added organic and sustainable farming practices to make our products unique.
We harvest lavender for products such as essential oil and lavender buds. We continue to explore new ways to blend our lavender and herbs into an assortment of culinary and bath items.
The best of Capay Valley on CA-16, 2 miles past the town of Capay toward the Cache Creek Resort.
The Biggest Little Farm is a gorgeous documentary on par with the raw beauty of Planet Earth or any other nature documentary. Where it separates itself is the personal story and just how invested the viewer becomes in their success.
The Ag & Art Film Festival is an annual film festival featuring films from all over the world. Films selected to screen at the festival have either an agriculture theme, an art theme, or both. They can be short films or feature-length films, And they can be documentaries or narratives. The festival is in its second year.
We are hosting screenings to raise money to help the farmers in Vacaville affected by the LNU Lightening Complex Fire. Each "Family Movie Night" screening will raise money for a different Vacaville farm in need. The money raised from this screening is being donated to Girl on the Hill lavender farm in Vacaville.
Special thank you to Eatwell Farm in Dixon for sponsoring our screenings and to Capay Valley Lavender for donating the (beautiful) space for our screening!