Whether we are hosting an event or attending one, our locations are constantly bustling with activity!  See the list of events below for more information about events with Bittersweet Farms.

For additional information about any of our events, please contact Marketing Coordinator Shannon Solt  at 419 875 6986, ext. 1263 or

Bittersweet Creative Arts Fair Schedule

Come out and see Bittersweet Creative Arts at the Toledo Farmer's Market:

Drizzle and Shine Boutique 

A collection of our creative arts products will be on display for the month of November at Drizzle and Shine, an Eco Boutique in Seattle. They will donate a percentage of sales to Bittersweet during November. 

Bittersweet Music Vine 2018 Schedule

Bittersweet is teaming up with local musicians to offer Music Vine 2018, which includes live musical performances every Friday at Bittersweet Farms in Whitehouse.   Every Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Music Vine will host different musicians who will provide live entertainment to the individuals who work at Bittersweet Farms.  Music Vine is open to all community members and it is free to attend.  Community members are invited to bring a lunch, a friend, and some chairs to enjoy some great, local music on Bittersweet’s beautiful 80-acre farm. 

During the Friday Music Vines, Bittersweet will be hosting a vendor stand for products produced by Bittersweet Gardens, Bittersweet Creative Arts, and Bittersweet Culinary.  Items for sale will include fresh vegetables from the gardens, homemade cookies, shelf stable pesto and tomato chutney, and art items – mixed media pieces, paintings, fused glass, ceramics, and woven items.

*Music Vine will be held at the Grand Rapids, OH Townhall Auditorium November 2, 9, and 16. The time will remain from 11:00a.m. to 12:00p.m.!*

Download the Music Vine Flyer to see the full schedule. 

Appy Happy Workshop Series

iTaalk Autism Foundation, Bittersweet Farms, the Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities, and the Autism Provider Network of NW Ohio present tips, tricks, and ideas for using iPads with individuals with developmental disabilities and special needs. 

The educational series is ideal for teachers, parents, and any professional who works with individuals who could benefit from assistive technology.  

The series is the second Saturday of each month (September - February).  A list of date and topics are below.  The series will be held at Bittersweet Farms in the administration building. 

September 8, 2018- Free and Inexpensive Apps that Get the Job Done
October 13, 2018- Behavioral Intervention and Scheduling
November 10, 2018- Apps for Gaining Independence
December 8, 2018- Fine Motor and Visual/Perceptual Skills
January 12, 2019- Speech, Language and Communication
February 9, 2019- Literacy and Communication

You must register for these workshops.  To register, visit and click on Upcoming Workshops and Conferences.