Scheeren, Bucher Cut Ribbon On Farmhouse Events And Catering

July 9, 2024 at 8:20 p.m.
Farmhouse Events and Catering, 9522 N. CR 300E, Syracuse, held its ribbon-cutting Tuesday. Pictured (L to R) are Scott Wiley, Karen Blackburn, Katelyn Wuthrich, Leo Wrage, Don Bucher, Peggy Bucher, Shanda Scheeren, Jim Bryan, Chris Scheeren, Michael Kuhn, Kristi Hull, Melissa Paxton, Dawn Jaggers and Rob Parker. Photo by Marisa Sweatland, InkFreeNews
Farmhouse Events and Catering, 9522 N. CR 300E, Syracuse, held its ribbon-cutting Tuesday. Pictured (L to R) are Scott Wiley, Karen Blackburn, Katelyn Wuthrich, Leo Wrage, Don Bucher, Peggy Bucher, Shanda Scheeren, Jim Bryan, Chris Scheeren, Michael Kuhn, Kristi Hull, Melissa Paxton, Dawn Jaggers and Rob Parker. Photo by Marisa Sweatland, InkFreeNews

By Marissa Sweatland, InkFreeNews

SYRACUSE - Shanda and Chris Scheeren and Peggy and Don Bucher cut the ribbon on their latest venue venture, Farmhouse Events and Catering, 9522 N. CR 300E, Syracuse, just down the road from the family’s other venue, Blue Barn Berry Farm and Event Venue.
Blue Barn Berry Farm boasts a premier wedding venue that can host up 215 and a modern, rustic, intimate event room, among other amenities. Farmhouse Events and Catering will focus on providing expert event catering as well as being the perfect venue for graduation parties, bridal showers, celebrations of life and corporate meetings. The Farmhouse can accommodate up to 70 people. The Farmhouse also has porch seating and a spacious back lawn.
“Our head chef, Jim Bryan, has been doing this for over 20 years,” Chris Scheeren, part owner, said. “To say he knows his stuff is an understatement. He can serve anything from a relaxed pulled pork dinner to a fancy, plated steak dinner.”
Farmhouse Events and Catering and Blue Barn Berry Farm are currently booking. For more information about the venues, like Blue Barn Berry Farm and The Farmhouse on Facebook, visit farmhousecelebrations.com or call 574-742-2247.
The venue veterans have recently ventured into North Webster with their new adventure, Hidden Oak Manor, scheduled to be opening in September. Follow the venues on social media to keep up to date with Hidden Oak Manor and other venue activities and updates.

SYRACUSE - Shanda and Chris Scheeren and Peggy and Don Bucher cut the ribbon on their latest venue venture, Farmhouse Events and Catering, 9522 N. CR 300E, Syracuse, just down the road from the family’s other venue, Blue Barn Berry Farm and Event Venue.
Blue Barn Berry Farm boasts a premier wedding venue that can host up 215 and a modern, rustic, intimate event room, among other amenities. Farmhouse Events and Catering will focus on providing expert event catering as well as being the perfect venue for graduation parties, bridal showers, celebrations of life and corporate meetings. The Farmhouse can accommodate up to 70 people. The Farmhouse also has porch seating and a spacious back lawn.
“Our head chef, Jim Bryan, has been doing this for over 20 years,” Chris Scheeren, part owner, said. “To say he knows his stuff is an understatement. He can serve anything from a relaxed pulled pork dinner to a fancy, plated steak dinner.”
Farmhouse Events and Catering and Blue Barn Berry Farm are currently booking. For more information about the venues, like Blue Barn Berry Farm and The Farmhouse on Facebook, visit farmhousecelebrations.com or call 574-742-2247.
The venue veterans have recently ventured into North Webster with their new adventure, Hidden Oak Manor, scheduled to be opening in September. Follow the venues on social media to keep up to date with Hidden Oak Manor and other venue activities and updates.

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