Artists need good nourishment and the dining hall is a focal point of life at Snow Farm. But it's not just about the bagels or brownies; meals with fellow classmates and instructors are an opportunity for extended learning and connection. The light-filled dining room has large window banks that look out in two directions and long rectangular wooden tables. The outdoor dining patio features smaller round tables with umbrellas for shade and a few picnic tables. New outdoor electric heaters will keep diners cozy and warm in the cooler weather. The daily dilemma: linger at lunch with new friends or head straight back to the studio. Really, it's a win-win. For detailed information about how our dining room will operate safely, please see the COVID-19 Reopening page.
The Snow Farm kitchen uses high quality all-natural ingredients to offer an array of nutritionally sound choices at every meal. Guests choose a meal plan before they arrive: regular (no restrictions), gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan/gluten-free. Meals are cooked fresh and packaged for pick up in the dining hall. Treats include warm cookies for lunch, a dessert with dinner, and a snack bag for those staying in our dorms.
Snow Farm is unable to accommodate specific preferences or restrictions beyond our gluten-free or vegetarian/vegan meal plan choices. Students with specific dietary needs or food allergies are welcome to bring additional food to supplement the meal plan; however, due to COVID-19, we are unable to provide a shared refrigerator at this time. Ice is available just down the road for personal coolers.
All housing packages include all the meals during the workshop period.
Non-residential students can add a lunch or full meal package to their workshop when registering.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, meals must be purchased in advance and cannot be added during a workshop.
See the daily schedule for mealtimes.