Everyone is welcome to attend the annual Primrose Farm Frolic on Sunday, September 25 from 11am-3pm. Try your hand at traditional games and crafts, hop on board a tractor-drawn wagon ride or watch some demonstrations of such historic farm-essential skills as blacksmithing and butter making. Enjoy live music as you scamper over a straw mountain, go on a pony ride, or meet and greet the Farm’s resident livestock. Paint a pumpkin or have your face painted. Stop by displays of modern big trucks and vintage tractors and equipment. Refreshments will be available from the organic, home-cooked kitchen of Inglenook Pantry. All activities are included in the admission price of $8 for ages 12 and above, $4 for ages 2 to 11. Children under 2 are free.Cow, Farm Frolic, Livestock
Are you ready to embrace autumn at Primrose Farm’s annual Farm Frolic? The countdown has begun. September 25th cannot get here soon enough!
Combining the unique atmosphere of a working living history farm with exciting fall and farm-oriented activities, Farm Frolic is a one-of-a-kind event for kids of all ages! Join us for a day that will include historic demonstrations, traditional games and crafts, tractor-drawn wagon rides, live music and delicious fall foods.
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In spring 2016, Primrose Farm unveiled a brand new way for children to engage with history, explore agriculture and examine the natural world. Even the littlest farmer can become a protector of the past, an advocate for animals and a steward of the environment. Visit us and become an official Primrose Junior Farmer today!Farmer, History, Livestock, Nature
Explore restored farm buildings, visit with farm animals and agricultural interpreters, stroll through 100+ acres of historic and modern rural landscapes or climb up on a vintage tractor in the fruit orchard. Exciting and educational activities await you in the farmyard! Hand-milk a Jersey cow, gather eggs from the chicken coop, groom a draft horse, feed the animals, bake biscuits in the woodstove and churn your own butter or help in the vegetable garden. The opportunities to learn and play are endless! Drop-in programs offered Wednesdays and Saturdays. Custom programs and birthday party packages available, too.Farm Life, Farmstand, Livestock