1870 Farm Toddler Series
FALL 2018 SCHEDULES & TICKETS
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A few examples of classes below!
Animals: All classes will meet and have hands-on time with goats, alpacas, chickens, sheep a bunny rabbit, a horse, donkeys, a turkey and our cow!
Chicken Time – Meet our exotic chickens at the chicken hotel, sit down for chicken story time and end with collecting the eggs that Marigold the Escaped Chicken laid around the farm.
Thanksgiving - Meet our Turkey, harvest pumpkins and cranberries from the garden to make our pet turkey a Farm-to-Table meal!
Fall Favorites - Explore the wonders of Fall at the farm including Fall leaves, Pumpkin and gourd painting, apple art, corn exploration and a goat hayride. Get ready for a Halloween goat surprise.
Farm Animal Safari – Start the morning practicing animal sounds to prepare for an “animal safari” hay ride through the pasture. Make sheep mask disguises and take a memorable hayride through the pasture to "fish" for animals with Carrots.
Bunny Time - Learn to hop like a bunny with a song and meet Mr. Floppers, our lovable bunny. participants will make a snack for the bunny and a craft to take home.
KinderGardening – "Trucking Onions" in the garden. We will create a very busy toy truck road through the garden for children to dump seedlings into the soil and help us plant. They will get to visit the garden throughout the series to check on their plants and take a plant friend home as well!
Pony Painting – Start the morning off with a horse story time, meet pearl the miniature pony and learn the horse body parts in the best way possible, painting her! *please bring your own smock, clothes that you don’t mind getting washable paint on.
Scarecrow Making - Read "The Scarecrow's Hat" and learn animal noises to later "ask" the animals for help making a scarecrow. They will collection hay from the goats and wool from the sheep and alpacas and eventually build a real scarecrow.
Let's get MOOOving - Start the morning with a cow song and dance with cowbells, Bottle feed baby cows, create fake udders to "milk" and finish off with homemade ice cream!
$130 for 6, 1 hour classes | $60 siblings (Parent/Toddler Class)
Ages 1 -4 (Under 1 is free)
Spend an hour on the farm with your child, ages 1-4, while they explore the wonders of the farm! This is a 6-week session (one day a week) where a parent or guardian must be present. Activities include anything from learning to hop with bunnies, bottle feeding baby cows, painting a pony, wearing a chicken on their head and so much more!
Class is limited to 10 children!
*We are offering 2 classes designed for toddlers 12-24 months only.
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Can I get a refund or attend a class at another farm? This ticket is non-returnable. Because of the popularity of this class, we cannot return your booking but we CAN allow you to switch classes (if there's space), transfer the spot to a friend OR provide you with a gift certificate to attend a Spring 2019 class. You must request a transfer 1 month before classes begin. 1870 Farm classes cannot be swapped for Old Mill Farm classes.
What if I have more than one child?
Additional Children (Siblings) are discounted. Children under 1 are free and can attend with you and your toddler.
Is there an additional cost for extra parents to attend? Additional parents are welcome to attend, but depending on the activity, the instructor may request only one parent to participate with their toddler at a time.
What if I miss a class?
We realize things come up and you might have to miss a class. So don't worry, you may swap 1 class within the 6-week series for another class within the same 6 weeks. Example, you can swap a Monday class in Fall Session 1 class for a Tuesday in Fall Session 1 but NOT for a class in Fall Session 2. Makeups due depend on the availability of the class and require an RSVP. If you RSVP for a makeup and don't attend the makeup, the class cannot be made up.
What is your weather policy?
Classes are Rain or Shine unless otherwise notified by the venue.
Are the classes different between sessions 1 and 2 or different seasons?
We have some core classes that we almost always do - these are Chicken Intro Class, Pony Painting, and our Farm Safari. We always add in seasonal classes. As an example, in summer you may be finding a watermelon in the garden while in the Fall, we will look for pumpkins and center our activity around the seasons.
Can I bring a stroller? Strollers are welcome! Most of the farm is grass so a stroller can be difficult in some spots if it has rained.
What should we wear? Closed-toe shoes are required. Pants are recommended if hay or grass bothers your or your child.
Can we bring carrots? Large carrots, kale and apples are welcome!
More questions? Email