After 125 years of cherishing the 246 acre Haue Valley Farm, the descendants of the Haue family set out to share this little piece of heaven with close friends and family. The building was built using cedar from the farm, and sawed on a mill built by the family. With the help of many, many good friends, the venue hosted its first event in April 2013. The venue was opened to the public in 2014 and has played a small part in many large events since its inception.
We look forward to playing a part in yours too.
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In the late 1800's the Haue Family left Europe for America and upon entering the country, the Danish name Haue was changed to Howe. Fred and Caroline Howe purchased an 80 acre farm just west of the Mississippi river in Pacific, MO.
The farm was passed down to the Howe children, where John Howe loved and cared for the farm deeply throughout his life. John grafted trees and planted thousands of daffodils that can still be seen on the farm today. He even won a silver medal in the 1904 World's Fair for his wine grapes before passing the farm down to his niece, Edith, who also deeply cherishes the family farm.
Top left: Kaitlin's Photography, Top right: Layne Bush Photography, Bottom left: Travis Darnell Photography, Bottom right: Heroic Photography
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