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Hatching At Home

Welcome! You are now able to book one of our programs for your family to personally experience here at the farm! All you need is a total of at least four families and choose a program you would like to experience. 

Price is $40 a familiy and we can do up to 10 families per presentation. Presentations are about an hour long and include a 30-45 min educational talk with the remaining time focused on enjoying the equipment and/or animals. 

For the Farm Tours we have a limit of five families, each family is $40 and the tour is about an hour and half. 

Once you pick your program and have your family members we can select a date and time to do the program here at the farm, we will send you an invoice. You can make your payment(s) through th email we sent and then you are officially confirmed. 

March-June: Milking Whey

May-August: Bee Keeping and Spinning Wheel

September-December: Apple Cider Press and Olive Oil Press.

November Only: Pilgim Project

December Only: Angel Song and 12 Days of Christmas.

Farm Tour: All Year Long

Click on our Project tab for further details on the program.

Or email office@quiverfarm.com for more information as well as to start your booking process!

Note we only available on Monday's after 1pm and Thursday's we are closed. You may ask about Saturdays but often we are not available, Tuesday or Wednesdays are the best days to book a program as we have less visitors. Thank you for your consideration.

Beekeeping

 

Beekeeping

This is by far my favorite project because it is so packed with information given in a way where children will dance, role play, as well as try out the keepers outfit and smoker (because we love hands on learning). Bee’s are so fascinating with the societal order and the chemical communications that this little honey factory runs on. There is so much to do and the children will be learning while BEEing entertained the whole time we are there. The teachers will also walk away having learned something. We have a demonstration hive from the bee keeper, a slice of live bees from the hive here at the farm (in a glass display so the bee activity can be seen), flowers and bee antennae for role play learning, and to top it all off (we have to stimulate the tasting sense too), there is a tasting of the honey before we go.
Roshashana, Life Cycles, Food Processing, Simple Machines.

 

Project Requirements

  1. Indoor or outdoor
  2. Room for equipment and a table to set some equipment on.
  3. Volunteer staff, children, or elderly to try on outfits and learn the Bee dance.
  4. Volunteer to help with the activities to keep things moving.

Instructional Documents

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Activity Documents

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Availabilty

This is a fun interactive program great for summer fun indoor/outdoor activities for all ages!  Special pricing for the spring and fall seasons.

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