Dee Dannewitz Wallace KG4VMI came to Virginia from a southeastern Nebraska farming community. She spent her early years being mentored in business, and obtained sponsorship for much traveling in education, for 4-H, and mission trips with the church & others. She received great education at LIFE Bible College and Virginia Tech, and has background in finance, accounting, sales and management. She has always enjoyed spending time outdoors and working with various community groups. After college, Dee moved to Floyd with her son, Christian, to get back to “farm living” and for a closer association with David and Gaynell and LCF Group activities.
In 2007, Dee married her long-time friend, Greg Wallace, who is a native of Floyd County, Virginia. They have their home at “Oak Hill Farm” in Floyd, where they spend free time watching the wildlife and grass grow, and sharpen their artistic and culinary skills. Greg photographs many of the historical buildings and breathtaking sceneries throughout the County.
from Floyd Press
Event goers joined us in caroling, painting ornaments, wreath making, hayrides, and lots of hot cider!
Chantilly Farm is a perfect venue for a wide range of outdoor events. Our venue is on 101 acres just off the Crooked Road Music Trail and near the Blue Ridge Parkway -- only 6 miles from the Downtown Floyd, VA. There is plenty of parking space!
Let us help you plan the event of your dreams! Concerts, festivals, weddings, reunions, car shows, outdoor theater, equestrian uses, agricultural events, church functions, and more! Primitive camping is allowed at the venue -- call for reservations. See chantillyfestivalfarm.com for facility fees.
Chantilly farm is conveniently located 6 miles from the Town of Floyd, 4 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, 25 miles from I-81, and 40 miles from the Roanoke, VA. 2697 Franklin Pike SE, Floyd, Virginia 24091.