Summer Friday Farm Days

This is a Friday morning drop off program for children from 9am-12pm. Come spend a summer morning or two or three on the farm. Visit with the animals, milk the goats, collect the eggs, play with friends. We’ll have some water play as well to help keep us cool.

please bring:
water bottle
lunch
swim suit & towel
rinsable shoes
extra change of clothes

Cost: $30
payable thru PayPal

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2nd Annual Cows N Cupcakes!

Our 2nd annual Cows N Cupcakes event is happening on May 5th from 10am-2pm! This is a FREE event, family friendly, happening rain or shine. There will be vegan cupcakes and vegan hot dogs for donation, vegan vendors and fun for everyone! We will provide treats for the animals, please come meet our residents and enjoy a spring day at the sanctuary!

This event will have limited parking!

Spring Break on the Farm – Camp for Kids

We will be offering a Spring Camp again this year. We had so much fun with it last year. Lots of different options for registration: Full and half day options, 2, 3 or 5 day options… details to come soon!

A week long camp over spring break,
March 19-March 23,
Full Day 9-3pm.
Half Day 9-12pm.

5 Full Day: $200/child $175/sibling
5 1/2 day: $100/child $90/sibling

3 Full Day $175/child $$150
3 1/2 Day $75/child $65/sibling

1 Full day: $60/child $50/sibling
1 1/2 day: $30/child $25/sibling

early drop-off or aftercare available at $5/half hour
a 50% non-refundable deposit is due at sign-up

Your child can celebrate the magic of spring right here on the farm and get a small glimpse of what it’s like living the farm life! Signs of new life and new beginnings surround us! Seedlings are emerging, baby goats are jumping, baby bunnies are hopping, little chicks are chirping…. There’s no better time to be on the farm than right now!

While at camp, your child will be able to learn how to take care for the animals which include; rabbits, chickens, dogs, cats, a mini horse, goats & all the babies!!! Feeding, brushing, snuggling… all the things that need to be done, they will learn to do.

Children will learn how to milk a goat and then how to use all that milk to make other useful products such as cheese, yogurt, and soap! Collected eggs will be pollished up and packaged for sale. Many farm chores are decided upon that day as to what may need to happen. Spring is also planting season so we’ll probably get our hands a bit dirty in the garden, if they’re interested.

Lots of fun new activities and crafts will be planned throughout the week as well. (we’ll have more info on that as it gets closer)

Pre-registration is required. Please PM me with you email address to recieve the registration packet!

The Last Pig Documentary Screening

THE LAST PIG follows a farmer through his final year of farming pigs, portraying his struggle to reinvent his life, and the ghosts that will haunt him forever. The film raises important questions about equality and the value of life, and encourages us to have a more compassionate attitude towards animals.

Here is a link to the official trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LdqogtTHtA&t=8s

*There are no graphic images in this film.

Wine & Cheese Tasting at Rooterville

Spring is finally here, and Rooterville is celebrating with an elegant afternoon of wine, cheese, and your favorite animal ambassadors. Join us as we sample delicious vegan cheese alternatives from some of our favorite brands, including Miyoko’s Kitchen, Heidi Ho, and Follow Your Heart. Spoil yourself with tasty libations, participate in our exclusive silent auction, and enjoy the company of our amazing rescued animals, all while supporting a compassionate, plant-based diet.

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Plant Based Cooking Classes

Chernice 21 Day Kickstart will be guiding us on a journey of finding healthier and kindlier ways of eating. We will be exploring food options and sampling the tasting ways we can eliminate animals from our diets without hurting ourselves or crashing our systems. She will be giving us recipes and menus to take home while giving us the opportunity to cook and eat with her each Thursday night. She will help us understand that this will not be an overnight process and help our bodies ease into this transition. Chernice will give us the tools to be able to stay on this plan.

The first night is an introductory night with a fee of $25. If you choose to continue the class, the total cost including the first night will be $89. Each night you will take home menus, shopping lists and recipes. You will eat at least 3 courses each night, so come HUNGRY!