We host weddings and other special events seasonally from May through October. See our Farm Events Calendar for events and workshops hosted by the Farm.
Originally built in the 19th century, the Barn at Quonquont Farm has been painstakingly restored to a bright, open space that will dazzle your guests with its rustic elegance. The 5,000 square foot interior includes seating for as many as 200 of your guests, yet remains versatile for more intimate gatherings. With a full bar, a catering kitchen, spacious restrooms, and heat/air conditioning, the Barn has every amenity to ensure your comfort.
Step through the barn doors onto a beautiful flagstone patio surrounded by lush gardens and enjoy a cocktail with your guests. Take in the view of the orchards, forests, meadows, and mountains that provide the perfect setting for an outdoor ceremony. Usher your guests to a seat on our manicured lawn or lead them down the path to a clearing in the apple orchard.
Quonquont Farm is a historic 140-acre working farm, conveniently accessible from I-91. Once a thriving dairy farm, Quonquont now grows fresh fruit and flowers for our community. We strive to maintain the valuable history and integrity of the property.
Our experienced team will assist you with all aspects of event planning, coordination, and execution. We schedule events from May through October and are currently taking reservations for the 2019 and 2020 seasons. Please email us or call 413-588-2028 for more information or to schedule your tour.
Jenelle Wilkins is originally from Whately and studied at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She began working in the hospitality industry in 2008 and became Quonquont Farm’s event manager in 2011. In the past several years, Jenelle has seen Quonquont grow into a sought-after wedding destination. She is passionate about making people feel welcome and relaxed while attending and hosting events.
Maddy Oldenburg has a degree in sport and event management, as well as equestrian studies, from the University of Findlay. Her experience in the event industry includes serving as the development director for Cancer Patient Services. Maddy joined the Quonquont Farm team in 2016 as event coordinator. She enjoys spending time with clients and learning about their events. Seeing an event come together drives Maddy’s passion for the work. When she isn’t making dream events come true at Quonquont, Maddy spends time with her horse, Cassie.