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Events & Conservation Classroom

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The NEW Dueling Pianos are back again at Eron’s Event Barn after a sold out show last year! Their request-based show has audiences singing, clapping and having the times of their lives as they deliver your all-time favorite songs in a way that only 'The Guys' can! Join them on April 1 for a night of food, fun, toasts, roasts, and dueling pianos insanity! From Bruno to Billy, ABBA to ZZ Top, these guys are a great escape and a night you'll be talking about long after they're done!

This event is a fundraiser to benefit the Humane Society of Portage County.

Each ticket includes: Buffet meal (consisting of roast chicken, beef tips with buttered noodles, baked cod, twice baked potato, stuffing, peas & carrots, garden salad, rolls with butter, and HOMEMADE pie), one drink ticket, charcuterie snacks and NEW Dueling Pianos show. Cash bar available for additional drinks. Reserved seating for tables of 8 (all purchased together). This is a 21+ event. Tickets are non-refundable, however, they can be transferred to another person.

Ticket Price: $75

Saturday, April 1, 2023

Doors open at 5pm

Dinner served at 6pm

NEW Dueling Pianos show following the meal.

Choose Eron's Event Barn, LLC to celebrate your special milestone or event. Most weekends are filled with weddings, but we have openings for other events during the week or on weekends that are not booked by a wedding. We will work with you on details and pricing for your event. Contact us for pricing or click here for availability.

2019 YE Field Day with John Eron

Conservation Classroom:
Many people are surprised to hear that we are a working farm in addition to hosting weddings.

John is part of Farmers of Mill Creek Watershed Council. Through this group, we host school tours for the Conservation Classroom. Students learn about conservation practices used in agriculture to benefit the whole watershed. These events are presented by a variety of farmers and conservation experts through Portage County, Wood County and the University of Wisconsin Extension.

Programs can be adapted to cover a variety of conservation and agricultural topics including:

  • Pollinators/Prairies

  • Healthy Productive Soils

  • Cover Crops Demonstrations

  • Native Plant Benefits

  • Groundwater/Watersheds

  • Habitats/Ecosystems

  • Best Management Practices

Conservation education enables people to help uderstand how natural resources and ecosystems are connected and how resources can be used wisely. These programs can be tailored to meet the specific needs of a class, organization, or group.


The hands-on education experiences and activities are specifically designed for variety ages and populations.  Students from grades PreK-12 grade along with adults are welcome for education sessions. Various Group sizes can be accommodated.

This video explains more about our program.

To download the brochure click here.

John Eron showing children how to farm
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