Our specialty. We want our farm to be the most romantic and memorable space for our guests and work hard to make that happen.
Bloomington's barn market venue. Currently focusing on the annual Harvest Market hosted the weekend prior to Thanksgiving.
"I had my wedding at Whippoorwill and it was absolutely beautiful! My guests loved it, I loved it and everyone had a fabulous time! Anne is super awesome and helpful. I would definitely do another party there ! I would highly recommend this barn if you want a barn wedding/ event to remember forever."
"We were beyond pleased with how our wedding turned out and cannot thank Anne and Whippoorwill Hill for making our dream wedding come to life! We continue to receive compliments from our guest on what a beautiful venue it was. Whippoorwill Hill is a MUST see and you will not be disappointed in your decision to make such wonderful memories at this venue!"
"Anne and her husband were not only extremely helpful with the process of setting up and tearing down, they were also very welcoming when I first met them and pleasant to all the guests during the event. The barn itself is absolutely gorgeous with a large variety of decorations that can be used for any event. Would highly recommend using Whippoorwill Hill for any wedding!"
If you missed the article in the Sunday Herald Times on March 31, 2019, please check out the beautifully written article below! For more information on Whippoorwill Hill or booking your event, please call or email us at (812) 327-4218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In late February 2019, we debuted what we hope will be an annual “Good Cause Giveaway”. The giveaway came on the heels of the 2018 holiday season and was inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King’s quote, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” Our objective was to give an… View Article
Remember the story about Mary? Well, two of the farm’s biggest cheerleaders, also known as Mom & Dad/Grammy & Pop/Kay & Rudy, have done it again. But this endeavor is just a tick bigger than hauling an old farm truck from Ohio to Indiana. Kay and Rudy have jumped, both feet first, into an endeavor… View Article