Would your team like to come visit for a tour, a team-building exercise or a picnic? Check out our options to host your next team gathering at our peaceful, uplifting farm setting!

See the magic of our farm first-hand!

We love welcoming new visitors to the BEAMING Barn! There are four options for the general public to visit our farm:

1) Schedule a tour: Do you represent another nonprofit who would like to collaborate with us? Is your company interested in partnering with us to help enrich the lives of our fellow community members? Reach out to us to set up a time for your team to come out for a tour and learn more about us! Please email our Marketing & Outreach Director, Emily Anderson, at [email protected] to set up a time to visit.

2) Sign up for a team-building exercise: Are you looking for a unique way to bring your team together off-site to enrich your team dynamics? We offer team-building exercises for small groups and can customize our programming to meet your needs. To inquire about our team-building offerings, please contact Katie Samuelson, Center Director, at [email protected] or 920-851-6160.

3) New in 2023! Reserve our new Community Empowerment Circle for your next group meeting or other gathering. This uplifting outdoor space, which features large benches and a firepit and is surrounded by acres of horse paddocks, offers a unique opportunity to bring your group together for team meetings, social gatherings, support groups, picnics or potlucks, or any other occasion. We request a small donation for the use of our space. To reserve the Community Empowerment Circle, please contact Katie Samuelson, Center Director, at [email protected] or 920-851-6160. 

4) Join us at one of our public events: we offer a variety of events at the barn that are open to the public each year, including our Women’s Empowerment Series events, BBQ & Bingo Bonanza, Red, White & Blue Family Day, BOOfest, and Santa at the Barn. See our upcoming events here


Please remember, all visitors must have an appointment. Also please note that everyone who visits the barn MUST wear closed-toe shoes for safety. No Crocs or sandals allowed. Thank you!