Summer Programs For Kids at Venetucci Farm
Schedule Just Announced
Choose from Junior Farmhands, Farm Animals/Wild Animals and a NEW Program - Farm to Fork: Cooking with Kids! Please review the programs below. If you have any questions, please contact David Rudin.
Junior Farmhands - Students entering 3rd-5th grade, Fall 2013
Days & Times:
All Sessions Monday-Friday
June 10-14 (Farm Animals/Wild Animals)
$130.00/$140 Farm to Fork
New This Year!
Farm to Fork: Cooking with Kids
5th-8th Graders - $140.00 - Limit 10
Session: July 8-12
For students entering 5th-8th grade (limit 10) Learn about the food, both plants and animals, raised on Venetucci Farm. Each day we will investigate a different culinary ingredient on the farm, learn how to harvest and then prepare our lunch together. This will include meeting the chickens, goats and pigs that live on the farm. For example, “Omelet Day” will involve learning about chickens, collecting eggs and herbs and then making a delicious omelet. We will be tasting many different vegetables and working together to create recipes that are healthy and appealing. After four days of chef training we will break into teams for a friendly Iron Chef competition to exhibit new skills by preparing lunch for our families. Register Now.
Farm Animals/Wild Animals
4th-7th Graders - $130.00
Sessions: June 10-14 | July 8-12
Back again, a summer program for budding biologists! Farmers have to be part animal caretaker and part wildlife biologist. Come see where the two meet as we explore the domestic and wild animals of Venetucci Farm. We’ll answer questions like: What reptiles and amphibians live on the farm? What kind of chicken lays a green egg? How does a Border Collie herd sheep? What kinds of animals leave their tracks along Fountain Creek? All these questions and more will be answered on this week long adventure. Register Now.
3rd-5th Graders - $130.00
Sessions: June 24 -28 | July 22 -26, July 29 - August 2
This is the program that started it all! Junior Farmhands dive into the life of the farm by working in the gardens, caring for our animals and exploring the diversity of life woven into the fabric of the farm. Activities range from collecting eggs, feeding chickens & grooming a horse to slopping the pigs, watering and weeding the gardens and planting seeds; maybe even helping harvest tasty snacks from the garden! This program is designed to give participants an opportunity to explore a wide variety of facets of farm life. Register Now.
Family Cooking Class
This summer we will again have a cooking class extension for parents and campers. Parents, come help create a lunch fresh from the farm on the final Friday of each Session. Look for this option on the registration form. $10/person and must include at least one adult and one child. Other family members are of course welcome as well. Please Note: Cooking class will not be offered July 8-12; Sessions 3 and 4
Registration is a two-step process. (1) Please complete the Registration Form; (2) Proceed to on-line Payment
Please Note: We will not hold a spot until we receive both payment and registration.
Cancellation one month prior to start date – full refund of registration fees;
Cancellation 2 weeks prior to start date - 50% of registration fees refunded;
No refund for cancellations within two weeks of class start date.
Please also check out our current Classes:
Saving Seeds; The Living Soil; Farm Animals, Caring for our Heritage; and Farm Tours
For more information on Educational Programs or to Schedule a Class or Tour please contact David Rudin