Brochure Spring 2019 - Page 70

LITTLE SPROUTS QUILTING FOR BEGINNERS Learn the art of gardening during this hands-on educational and fun program. Participants will tend to the spring garden, learn about the different plants and flowers that grow on a farm and take part in arts and crafts activities. Note: This class is for a child accompanied by an adult and fee listed is per adult-child pair. Register for this adult-child class using your child’s name. Spend the morning in the Wagner Farmhouse learning the fine art of quilting. Students will explore quilts through the years and make a quilted pot holder to take home. Class fee includes all materials. AGES 3-6 YRS. + ADULT ID# DAY/TIME DATES 309102-A W • 9:30-10:30 am 5/1-5/8 FEE (R/NR) $15/$18 DAIRY DETECTIVES Visit Wagner Farm’s milking parlor to participate in a milking demonstration and explore the many ways people have been using dairy throughout time. Participants will learn how milk is taken from the cow to the table and make their own ice cream to enjoy. Note: Only paying participants may take part in the program. Children under 7 must be accompanied by a paying adult. AGES 4+ YRS. ID# DAY/TIME DATES 309104-A Th • 3:45-5 pm 4/11 309104-B F • 3:45-5 pm 5/10 FEE (R/NR) $13/$16 $13/$16 WHEN CHORES WERE DONE Come to the farm to do the before supper chores. There are animals to tend to, the kitchen garden to be weeded and the fields are ready for planting. Chore boots and gloves are provided. AGES 7-16 YRS. ID# DAY/TIME DATES 309205-F W • 3:45-5 pm 5/1 309205-G Th • 3:45-5 pm 5/30 FEE (R/NR) $12/$15 $12/$15 HOLD YOUR HORSES Draft horses were a vital means of power on farms until the advent of the tractor. These gentle giants did tasks from plowing and field work to transporting the farm and his family into town on a Saturday night. Learn the differences between hames and hands, bits and brichen. You’ll also learn groom- ing, harnessing and driving Historic Wagner Farm’s own team of draft horses. 66 AGES 8+ YRS. ID# DAY/TIME 309206-B W • 3:45-5 pm DATE 5/22 FEE (R/NR) $20/$25 AGES 8+ YRS. ID# DAY/TIME 309305-A DATE 5/4 FEE (R/NR) $25/$31 COMMUNITY GARDEN PLOTS Come out this summer and garden at the Farm! Partici- pants will receive a 9’ x 23’ plot of land to grow all kinds of flowers, vegetables and herbs. Gardeners must provide their own seeds and transplants and are in charge of maintaining their plot throughout the season. This is a lottery program-getting on the lottery list does not guar- antee you an assigned garden plot! Resident lottery registration starts on Th, February 21 at 9 am and continues through Su, March 3. Once all lottery registrations have been processed, our computer system runs an electronic random draw and enrollment confir- mations are emailed to all households participating in the lottery with informational meeting dates. Registration for nonresidents and those residents who missed the lottery for any remaining garden spaces begins at 9 am on M, March 4 on a first-come, first-served basis. Available Garden Plots: 100 One plot per family/household Organizational meetings will take place on Tu, March 19 at 7 pm and Sa, March 23 at 9 am. These meetings are for those who have received a plot only, not for those on the waitlist. At the meeting you will receive your plot assignment and learn more about the garden program. AGES 18+ YRS. ID# FEE (R/NR) 309318-A $80/$100