Start your Saturday at Appleton Farms, the oldest continuously operating farm in the country. On this special program designed especially for our toddler friends, we’ll enjoy calf close encounters, a cow story and costume, a tour of the milking barn and more! For ages 2-5 with an accompanying adult.
Bring a snack or lunch to enjoy at one of our picnic tables after the program. Make a day of >>
Ever wonder where your milk comes from? Find out and meet the cows at Appleton Farms! This tour will explore the workings of our Dairy operation including a visit with our calves. Meet the cows in the dairy barn during milking time and learn about how we raise our Jersey herd! Tour lasts approximately 1 hour. This program meets at our Dairy Store located at the main entrance off Rt. 1A. >>
It's May, and time for hay. Come to Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary and celebrate by creating hay-do hats and crowns. We'll visit each barn and deliver May baskets filled with hay to the cows, sheep, and goats. Then we'll dance around the Maypole and make merry. Happy May Day to everyone! All ages welcome, up to three children per adult. Advance registration is required. $15. >>
Join Miss Jen in a circle time to share stories, songs and finger plays about a variety of nature themes. Enjoy games, movement, and a craft as we explore animals and nature.
Fee: $10 Member; $13 Non-Member per class. Ages 2.9-5, Drop-off >>
Treat Mom to a memorable Mother's Day at the farm. Farm Chef, Carolyn Grieco will create a hearty buffet-style brunch featuring local, sweet and savory country style dishes. Following brunch, Chef Grieco will demonstrate a signature brunch recipe so that all attending can learn how to recreate the dish at home. This event promises to celebrate the sweet and simple gifts the farm gives and >>
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Thank you for raising awareness about the need for foster parents in Massachusetts. As an organization that also provides Intensive Foster Care, The Home for Little Wanderers has found that many people are unaware of the different types of foster care. We encourage anyone who is interested to learn more. Every child deserves a safe and loving home.