2016 DATES AND EVENTS!

FALL HARVEST HOURS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 24 THRU OCTOBER 31!
WEEKDAY 3pm-Dark
SATURDAY 9am-Dark
SUNDAY 1pm-Dark
FESTIVAL WEEKEND 9am-5pm
$10 per person (children under 2 free)
(*Entrance Gate to the Farm Closes at 5pm)

Payment Types Accepted: Cash or Check only
Admission includes pumpkin and all events except food, arts and crafts, and horseback rides.

2016 COTTON PICKIN' CELEBRATON
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 9am-5pm
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 9am-5pm
(*Entrance Gate to the Farm Closes at 5pm)

$10 per person (children under 2 free)
Payment Types Accepted: Cash or Check only
Admission includes pumpkin and all events except food, arts and crafts, and horseback rides.
PRINTABLE 2016 FLYER >>>>>

2016 PUMPKIN COLORING PAGE FOR COTTON PICKIN' CELEBRATION
PRINTABLE 2016 COLORING SHEET >>>>>
Download and print to enter the coloring contest to win a Pedal Powered Tractor at our Cotton Pickin’ Celebration!


WESTERN COWBOY DAY '16
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 9am-Dark
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1pm-Dark
(*Entrance Gate to the Farm Closes at 5pm)

Shootouts, Western Music, Hay Wagon Rides, Hay Mountain, Pumpkin Patch, & More!
Kids, come dressed in your western attire!
Cost: $10 per person; kids under 2 free
(Payment types accepted: Cash or Check only)
Admission Fee includes pumpkin and all events except food, arts and crafts, horseback rides



LIVING HISTORY DAY
October 21, 2016
 

Teachers, bring your class to Old Baker Farm for our Annual American Civil War and Living History Day!

Printable Living History Day Flyer >>>


Open only to schools groups grades 3 thru 6.

Classes will meet Civil War living historians who will tell and demonstrate different aspects of one of the most influential wars in the United States.

Demonstrations include artillery firing, infantry manual of arms, learning and participating in some basic infantry marching drills, cavalry, signal corps, and old fashion soap making.

Classes will learn about uniforms and equipment used by soldiers, what camp life and food were like, different flags of the war, and see and learn about earthworks forts by stepping into a full size replica earthworks fort.

$8 per person; includes tour of each aspect of the war described and an Old Baker Farm hayride.

(Lunch is not included, so be sure and bring lunch for your class).