While millions of Americans are expected to travel for spring break this year, there’s a secret for those of us in Serenbe. We don’t need to go anywhere to enjoy the welcoming sights, sounds and flavors of spring. April and May are packed with activities, events and outings in our own backyard.
Fridays, April 7 – May 26
Enjoy the warmer evenings and fading afternoon light with a drink from the Farmhouse bar and free music on the wraparound porch at The Farmhouse.
Saturdays, April 8 – May 27
9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Support the development of our local agricultural economy at the Serenbe Farmers Market. Buy the best local produce, meats, cheeses and prepared foods grown and made by your neighbors and friends. Enjoy a wide variety of healthy food and artisanal goods at the Serenbe Farms on Selborne Green.
Goats, yoga and mimosas. What sounds a little wild is guaranteed to make you smile. Goat Yoga features Nigerian Dwarf Goats. These friendly little creatures are considered one of the best emotional support animals, who will leave you feeling more light-hearted, calm and joyful. This hour-long class hosted by Serenbe Yoga also comes with a post-yoga mimosa for those 21+. Invite your friends for a fun outside class at the Animal Village behind The Inn at Serenbe.
Each week features new wines paired with light bites at The Wine Shop at Serenbe. Stop by and explore powerful pairings of local cheeses and unique vintages.
Sustainable and organic farming practices are a cornerstone of our community. Join us at Serenbe Farms and learn how we grow and harvest more than 300 varieties of heirloom and hybrid vegetables, herbs and flowers. An astounding 60,000 pounds of produce is harvested annually to feed the Serenbe community. (Children under 3 have free admission.)
Join us at the General Store at Serenbe and delight your palette with fine wines from around the globe and small bites.
Sunday, April 9
Easter Dining at Serenbe
Saturday, April 15
6 p.m.-7 p.m.
Marvel nature’s simple beauty in Serenbe’s Wildflower Meadow during an early evening choral performance by the celebrated Spelman College Glee Club. Since 1924, the Spelman College Glee Club has maintained a reputation for choral excellence, performing selections from world cultures, commissioned works, sacred and secular choral literature, Negro spirituals, and music by African American composers with a particular focus on harmonies that complement women’s voices. The club is under Dr. Kevin Johnson’s direction, associate professor of music at Spelman College.
Saturday, April 22
Serenbe Farmers Ian and Tristan will teach the process for preparing and planting your spring garden! Learn soil health, composting, seasonality of plants, basic garden maintenance, and beneficial insects and pollinators. Come dressed to get dirty at Serenbe Farms!
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Fill your gardens or grow herbs in your kitchen! The annual Serenbe Plant Sale features a variety of plants all grown in premium potting mix, certified organic and sold in packs of six. Join us at Serenbe Farms and choose from herbs, fruits, veggies and wildflowers.
Sunday-Wednesday, April 23-26
The Biophilic Leadership Summit gathers biophilic leaders and their peers to learn about and discuss the most impactful biophilic projects, principles and research.
Learn about biophilic projects and research with measurable outcomes that can be replicated at scale. Join the conversation on the best applications of biophilia to affect our health and wellness, sustainability and climate change. Join The Biophilic Institute, Biophilic Cities and Serenbe for our 5th annual summit.
Thursday, May 11
Join the Art Farm at the picturesque Sunset Point adjacent to Mado Hamlet at Serenbe for whimsical music framed by nature’s spectacular beauty.
The chamber music ensemble Tertulia presents concerts in Serenbe’s harmonious outdoor environments. This event is free with a required RSVP.
Friday, May 12
Enjoy the airy Lakeside Pavilion with an evening featuring works by Ravel, Dvorak, Bernstein and Coleman. The chamber music ensemble Tertulia will follow a beautiful presentation of hors d’oeuvres prepared by Chef Sidney Corum.
Saturday, May 13
Celebrate the special women in your life surrounded by Serenbe’s stunning forest evergreens. The chamber music ensemble Tertulia will incorporate the sounds of nature during a memorable picnic on the grass.
Sunday, May 14
Treat the special women in your life to brunch or dinner on their special day! Enjoy local, seasonal cuisine, and book your reservations now! The Hill is serving brunch 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., while The Farmhouse is open from noon to 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 20
The Art Farm is excited to welcome Grammy Award-winning performer and recording artist Joshua Henry to our Broadway in the Woods series. Joshua is acclaimed for his Tony-nominated leading roles in Carousel, The Scottsboro Boys, and Violet, as well as his performance as “Aaron Burr” in Hamilton. In December 2022, Joshua gave a critically acclaimed performance as “Gaston” in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration lives on ABC. He is a BMG recording artist and recently opened for Diana Ross at The Hollywood Bowl. Joshua will be performing at the Wildflower Meadow at Serenbe, where you will enjoy a free Art Farm beverage with your ticket purchase.