Spring Fling: Saturday, April 13th: Noon to 4pm.
The farm will be open for visitors from noon to 4pm.
Shearing: Visit the farm and watch the ewe flock being shorn. We begin shearing at noon. Visitors can even try their hand at shearing through the Adopt-a-Sheep program that ends with an heirloom blanket in time for next winter.
Blessing of the Sheep: The favorite event of the farm's family is The Blessing of the Sheep. The Blessing will take place at 1pm. Seating is limited so visitors are encouraged to bring a lawn chair if they want to sit and relax while watching. Kilts are encouraged.
At the farm, you can also enjoy seeing any lambs or ducklings that have arrived. And, our Giant Flemish rabbit will be filling in for the Easter Bunny.
Down at the trial field, herding demonstrations will be taking place.
At 3pm, there will be a youth theatre performance from the same group who turn our sheep barn into a Player's Barn each August.
We also invite exhibitors to the farm for you to visit.
This event tends to get very crowed. Please plan ahead for ride sharing, parking, and walking. We will have a policeman to direct traffic, but remember to turn around at the dead end of the road and park heading out. We have had folks park down by Camp Ledgewood so be very careful of children on the road. You can also drop the young and old at the driveway. Just please don't create a traffic jam. It is also a muddy mess after such a mild winter so please dress for the farm.
Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children. Admission is our fundraiser to pay for hay and capital improvements for the flock. 10% of all sales goes to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Please bring your receipt as your ticket for entry. Cash sales at the gate are also available.