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Fall is the Time for Fun on the Farm

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SUKKOT AT THE FARM 

Sunday, October 1, 2017 10:30am
Join the Jewish Community Center of New Haven for a celebration of Sukkot – the harvest holiday – at Massaro Community Farm.  Children and families are invited to learn about fall on the farm through a farm tour, a walk through the garden, and the creation of a garden-in-a-box to take home.  Children will learn build a solid wood garden box and fill it with select herbs or salad greens.  While the garden-in-a-box activity is designed for children, the whole family is welcomed to join! Each child will go home with an educational guide book and a wooden garden-in-a-box.
Designed for ages 3+
$10/child or $20 family max

WOODBRIDGE FALLAPALOOZA

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FAMILY FUN DAY
@ THE FARM

Fall is the time for fun – around town and on the farm. Don’t miss a full lineup of activities in Woodbridge Fallapaloozataking place all month long in October.
Get in on the action at this year’s Family Fun Day at the farm with something for everyone.
Saturday, Oct 14 (rain date: Oct 15)
1:00-5:00pm
$10/Family of three
$15/Family of four or more
The day’s activities will include favorites like pumpkin painting, hay rides and face painting. NEW this year – kite making, birds of prey and a petting yard with goats from Buttermilk Lane Farm in Derby. 

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Fall Field Trips on the Farm

Fall is the perfect time to bring a class or group to the farm. The days get a little cooler, and we plant crops that can over-winter, and we’re still harvesting plenty of vegetables. We look forward to hosting your school group for a hands-on lesson on worm composting, types of soil, pollinators or the topic of your choosing. Farm-based education is provided for grades k-12, regardless of ability to pay. Field trips run through early November, weather permitting.
SPONSOR OUR WORK
The farm thanks this year’s DINNER ON THE FARM sponsors.
 
    

 
 
            
                                                

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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