Get ready to learn about the very first Thanksgiving through interactive, hands on exploration at Piney Acres Farm!! This very special event will take place on Thrusday, November 2nd, Friday, November 3rd and Monday, November 6th at 9am and again at 11am. Price is $8/child (ages 4 & up), $5/parent and
children under 4, infants are free. In the event of inclement weather, rain dates will be Wednesday, November 8th, Thursday, November 9th and Friday, November 10th at 11:30am and 2pm.
We will take a guided hayride through the tree fields and over to our Indian corn field & pie pumpkin patch, where kiddos will pick their very own pie pumpkin or gourd AND Indian corn. History will unfold as we discuss how the first Thanksgiving came to be. We'll learn to shuck corn, feed our barnyard babies, enjoy a couple of menu items from the first feast and talk about Thanksgiving traditions that hold true today.
Then we'll head over to the Gem Mine and mine for different minerals that Native Americans used for survival, from cooking to building and weapons. All treasure that is found will be sent home with the little ones who found it :)
We'll wrap up the day with a picnic lunch (outside food & drink IS permitted for this event) as well as free play in our Play & Explore Area and Kid's Corn Maze. There is no "end" time for this event, however the guided part of the tour will end at 2pm.
Payment is not due until the day of the tour however, please preregister through Eventbrite (please see "Ticket Info" in the "About" section in order to find the link to Eventbrite).
**PLEASE NOTE** If you have selected "Going" to this event, that acts as your RSVP. If something comes up and you can no longer attend, please change your selection accordingly to ensure an accurate head count.
We look forward to seeing all of you for this one of a kind tour, homeschool farm friends!!