100 Years: Happy Birthday Palmquist Farm!
1906 was a great year…
- The term allergy was introduced to describe people with hay fever
- "Permanents" became popular among women after Charles Nestle developed the permanent wave process for curling hair
- Theodore Roosevelt won the Nobel Peace Prize for helping mediate the end of the Russo- Japanese War of 1905.
- A Palmquist ancestor walked down the steps of the Phillips Court House clutching the deed for Palmquist Farm.
At The Farm, we are thrilled to celebrate our 100 year anniversary. It is a rare thing for one family to stay in one spot for so many years, and we are proud to be a part of that tradition. Also, we want you to know that we wouldn’t be here today without the loyalty of all our wonderful guests. Because of our hunters, skiers, and vacationers, we are still here serving you and your loved ones. In order to thank you for your support over the years, we are giving our returning guests 10% percent off their next stay.
Also in celebration of our loyal customers, if you refer a friend or family member to us and they make a reservation, we will give them 10% off their first stay, and we will give you $100 off your next stay at The Farm.
It’s just our way of saying thanks.