HARVEST FESTIVAL

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To ensure we are COVID compliant the number of people on the farm must remain at no more than 250 at any one time.  For 2020 we will be holding several smaller autumn events instead of one large Festival. These events are being planned with lots of your favorite activities and demonstrations being offered in a safe environment. See the autumn events listed below for the main focus of each offering. We appreciate your support as we navigate this challenging year working to provide the public with safe, interesting and entertaining events. Please call with questions. Masks are required.  

AUTUMN ON THE FARM
Farm Animals and their Uses Saturday October 10
Two time slots – 10am to 1pm, closed from 1pm – 2pm for sanitizing, then from 2pm to 5pm.
Farm animals, refreshments, heritage crafts & food demos such as candle dipping, scrapple making, cheese making, leather work, horn work, one room school, wagon rides & more
Admission – $12 Adults; $6 Ages 3-12 per time slot
Call the farm to preregister – 570-992-6161

Natural Fibers and their Uses – Sunday October 11
Two time slots – 10am to 1pm, closed from 1pm – 2pm for sanitizing, then from 2pm to 5pm.
Farm Animals, refreshments, heritage crafts, fiber crafts demos, one room school, wagon rides & more

Admission – $12 Adults; $6 Ages 3-12 per time slot
Call the farm to preregister – 570-992-6161

Want to know a little bit more? Visit our Harvest Festival FAQ page

Want to get involved? Learn more about being a Harvest Festival Volunteer here.

(All funds raised support the mission of the non-profit farm museum)
[no smoking, no pets, prices and schedules subject to change]

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