The hand-hewn timber frame from a 200-year-old Ohio barn was relocated to the Conservatory’s grounds earlier this year and has been reconstructed as the framework for this new facility. The barn serves as a one-of-a-kind venue for the Conservatory’s gardening, cooking, art and wellness classes, and provides much-needed space for the Conservatory to offer new programs for larger audiences, such as conferences and symposia, scout camp overs, lectures and performances.