We offer seasonal learning experiences … on a real working farm in scenic Pennsylvania. Some of our classes are aimed at children, but we offer classes for adults also. Topics and class structure will change often. Do you have an idea for a class? Let us know! We can put together a learning adventure especially for your club, civic organization or family group to take together!
Classes for Children
Little Farmer’s Class
Children ages 3-8.
Your child is welcome to come either day of the week and enjoy a different theme each of the 10 weeks. Parents of 3-year-olds are asked to stay to help your child with crafts and games, parents of older children are welcome to stay. Classes will include a variety of entertaining activities — story time, crafts, nature hikes, picking fruit, science experiments, games, and an energetic visit to PlayLand at Paulus Orchards. Children may stay and play longer for July and August classes only if staying with adult. All children must have a parent, grandparent or chaperone pick them up at the end of the structured class time.
Cost is $6.50/class. Light snack is provided. Children may come to one class, every class, or any number in between.
Mondays [or] Thursdays, June 12 – August 17, 2017. Class hours: 9-11am Monday, 11:30am-1:30pm Monday, or 9:30-11:30am Thursday.
To register for one or more classes:
Click the button above and you’ll be taken to the order page. Change the quantity from 0 to the number of registrations you want for that class. Click Check Out – this takes you to your shopping cart page. At the top, right corner of this page is a blue box that says Continue Shopping. If you want to register for more classes, click this to take you to a calendar page that lists all available events/classes and repeat as above. This will allow you to charge your credit card once and not have it charged multiple times.
Classes for Adults
We’re excited about our adult classes at the farm! None are scheduled for the summer at this time, but we plan to offer classes such as Herb Container Gardens, Cooking with Herbs, Freezer Meals, Canning Classes, and the ever-popular Yeast Breads. Watch for details to be announced at a later date.