Hanover Township horse farm is a place of tranquility.
HANOVER TWP. — There’s peace in the valley at Off the Rail Farm.
Well, OK, the neighing of horses might break the silence, and things can start out a bit hectic on nights when students show up for horse riding lessons.
But generally, Kelly and Ernie Sieber’s 30-acre farm, tucked amid rolling hills and woods in Hanover Township, half a mile off the paved road, is a place of tranquility.
And tranquility is a hot commodity these days, so the Siebers are finding creative new uses for their land, including a recently launched, guided horse-riding trail.
They’ve also begun hosting intimate outdoor dinners where ticketed guests can enjoy local libations and live music.
At a debut dinner several weekends ago, a gathering of 20 sat at spaced-apart picnic tables, savoring food from Two Chefs Catering in Hopewell Township, wines from the new Harkins Mill Winery in New Sewickley Township and acoustic classic rock with a twist…