Each winter Quiet Valley offers a unique program for homeschool students to explore life on the farm during winter. Most of us have experienced the farm in the “summertime…when the living is easy,” but what is the farm like in winter? What was winter life like for farm children in the 19th century? What did they eat? How did they care for the animals? What chores did they do? How did they have fun during the dark days of winter? Come explore winter life on the farm with hands-on crafts, cooking, working, and playing.
This once a week class runs for four weeks in February on Mondays. The program is open for students ages 6-12 years old. Classes are from 10am to 1:30pm. Students need to bring their own lunch. Students should dress for the weather as part of the program usually takes place outside. Class is $15 per student.
Registration begins on January 8th at 9am. To reserve your spot and register call the farm at 570-992-6161. Registration must be paid by February 1st or you will lose your reservation. Space is very limited.
Cost: $15 per person. Limit of 15 students.
Leader: Mrs. Becky Constanza
February Session: Mondays in February: the 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th from 10am to 1:30pm