LAMB DAY

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Spend the morning learning about wool and meeting the animals on the farm. During the introduction you will get to see a spinning demonstration. The sheep on the farm are a big part of what we do and with their wool we create roving, yarn and have classes to learn to spin, along with other fiber arts. Sheep aren’t our only animals here. You will meet the lovely chickens, Bell our beautiful Jersey cow, and Trinka the goat. In the barn classroom you will get to hold a few baby lambs. After we will feed the sheep and take a stroll through the pastures. We will end with a walk around the pond. There have been a few turtles spotted and you might even be able to find some tadpoles. Feel free to bring food and enjoy a picnic lunch by the pond.

Gates open at 10am, please arrive on time. The farm closes at 1:30pm. It is a working farm so we suggest shoes and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty.

Schedule for the day:

10:00am – Gates open

10:15am – Introduction & Spinning demonstration

10:30am – Meet the lambs

11:00am – Feed the sheep

11:30am – Stroll through the pasture and meet some of the other animals

12:00 – 1:00pm – Finding tadpoles at the pond and picnic

1:30pm – Farm closes

All adults $20 (children under 12 free). Register at dates below. To insure everyone has a great time there is a maximum capacity and no walk-ins.

Saturday, February 23rd – Register

Saturday, March 2nd – Register

Saturday, March 9th – Register

Friday, March 15thRegister

Saturday, March 16th – Register


 

FARM DAY

Spend the morning learning about wool and meeting the animals on the farm. During the introduction you will get to see a spinning demonstration. The sheep on the farm are a big part of what we do and with their wool we create roving, yarn and have classes to learn to spin, along with other fiber arts. Sheep aren’t our only animals here. You will meet the lovely chickens, Bell our beautiful Jersey cow, and Trinka the goat. In the barn classroom if we still have some babies you will get to hold a few lambs. After we will feed the sheep and take a stroll through the pastures. We will end with a walk around the pond. There have been a few turtles spotted and you might even be able to find some tadpoles. Feel free to bring food and enjoy a picnic lunch by the pond.

Gates open at 10am, please arrive on time. The farm closes at 1:30pm. It is a working farm so we suggest shoes and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty.

Saturday, March 23rdRegister

Windrush Farm 2263 Chileno Valley Rd. Petaluma, CA 94952
For more information email: mimi@windrushfarmwool.com


Windrush Farm is a working farm with many types of animals. We kindly ask that you leave your pets at home when visiting us at the farm. This is in considerations to the well being of our animals on the farm and yours. -Thank youpaigegreenWindrushLambs03192016-091

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