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    Event Rental

    The facility is available to rent for children’s birthday parties, religious celebrations, funerals, baby blessings, weddings and for other celebrations and events. Call for times and charges.

    11898 N. 75th St. Longmont, CO 80503



    Willow Farm is located in the lovely town of Hygiene in the Saint Vrain River Valley at 11898 N. 75th St.(Longmont CO 80503)

    From Denver take I-25 North to exit 243, go west on hwy. 66 towards Lyons to 75th St. (about 1 mile West of Longmont), turn left and go south to the farm (2 houses south of the elementary school) on the east side of 75th (long driveway).

    From Boulder go north on hwy. 36 towards Lyons to Hygiene Rd. (about 2 miles before Lyons), turn right and go east to 75th st., turn left and go one block north to the farm, two houses past the post office on the east (long driveway at the school crossing sign).

    From Longmont take 17th st. west to 75th st., turn right and go one block north to the farm, two houses past the post office on the east (long driveway at the school crossing sign).



    We invite contributors to join the project both financially and through participation and service.

    Contributor Benefits

    Other Beneficiaries

    • Being part of a creative program that offers quality end of life care, care-giver education and support, compassionate expansion, and service.
    • Participating in building a community focused on organic gardening, celebrations, inter-generational support, all on the same property where the elders live.
    • Adding to your own personal transformation – being involved in a heart-based project that serves the greater good and affects both you and anyone you touch.
    • Learning about and participating in human-centered and community-based living and dying.
    • Contributing to building a mature, diverse, and harmonious community.

    • Those looking for a different end of life experience for their loved one.
    • Caregivers who cannot care for their loved ones themselves and want an alternative to the traditional elder care facilities.
    • Broader communities – Expansion of awareness – to demystify death, learn natural approaches to healing, and organic gardening.
    • Healing and teaching professionals in the area will have another venue for their practices.
    • The greater local community – Willow Farm will be open to community members for classes, collaboration and support, music, theater, and gardening.
    • The arts community and other non-profits collaborate to enrich the experience of their participants