Now accepting vendor applications for Fall Harvest! If you have something homegrown or handmade and want to sell it at our Fall Harvest Festival, let us know! Vendor booths are $35 for a 10' x 10' booth. Click the button below to download a vendor application. Fees can be mailed to Habitable Spaces at 3050 FM 1104, Kingsbury, TX 78638 or dropped off at Mayor Shirley's store on Railway street. All checks should be made out to Habitable Spaces.
- Sun, Oct 09KingsburyOct 09, 7:00 PM – Oct 10, 10:30 PMKingsbury, 3050 FM1104, Kingsbury, TX 78638, USAPlease join us Sunday, October 9th, at 7pm for a Full Hunter's Moon dinner. We will celebrate with the bounty from a farm raised pig. Chefs Halston Connella and Justin Richardson know just what to do with it, and we know you will be delighted with the results of their collaboration.
- Sat, Nov 12Downtown Kingsbury, TX
SUSTAINABLE FARM & ARTIST RESIDENCY
CHALLENGING THE WAY WE LOOK AT ART, AGRICULTURE & INFRASTRUCTURE
NEWS FROM THE FARM
Founded in 2011 by Shane and Alison Heinemeier, Habitable Spaces is a Texas based 501c(3) community arts and agricultural project whose purpose is to create an integrated, mutually beneficial environment where artists and the rural community can collaborate, learn, and share ideas. We offer workshops and classes on sustainable farming, experimental building techniques, traditional craft, and fine art. In 2016 we began our first official artist-in-residence program.
SUPPORT THE CAUSE
We are a 501c3 institution and rely on the generous support of the community for all of the outreach that we do. If you would like to support education in the arts and farming and appreciate the work that we do, then you realize that nonprofits like ours are important for a robust and diverse community. The simplest thing you can do is donate money, add us as a nonprofit to your Amazon Smile page or donate time or materials. Contact us for more information.
3050 FM 1104
Kingsbury, TX 78638