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Spring on the Farm

FIELD TRIPS

Thursday, May 4, 2023
9:00am - 1:00pm
Kindergarten - 3rd Grade

Spring Field Trip Information:

Decide when to arrive at Lowe Family Farmstead. Make sure to plan adequate time. We ask that the teacher checks their class in at the admissions building. Lowe Family Farmstead is open for Spring Field Trips only on Thursday, May 4, 2023.

 

Participants may arrive beginning at 9am and MUST EXIT by 1pm.

We recommend you plan your Field Trip for approximately 2 hours.

Remember these tips for a successful Field Trip: Bring a full water bottle, dress appropriately for being on the farm, and consider bringing snacks or lunches. Food buildings will not be open during Spring Field Trips.

Spring Field Trips at Lowe Family Farmstead include:

  • One bag of animal feed per person

  • Visit to our farm animals

  • Play on the Corn Poppers, Feed Mill Ropes Course, Cow Train, Bee Train, Famous Idaho® Potato Sack Slide, and Bee Line!

  • Self-guided educational tour around the farm

Pricing Information

  • $8.99 per person (pricing applies to students, teachers, parents, chaperones)

  • Kindergarten - 3rd grade only; no younger siblings, please.

  • Minimum of 25 students for a Spring Field Trip

  • Annual Passes cannot be used for Field Trips

  • If you are tax exempt, provide a printed copy of a completed ST-101 form that will be kept for our records.

  • Credit card preferred.

Other Important Information

  • Parking Lot Gates open at 8:00am.

  • Check-in available at the Admission Building starting at 8:30am.

  • Welcome Gates open and the fun begins at 9:00am.

  • Everyone must exit the farm by 1:00pm, regardless of arrival time.

  • Seating is available for classes who wish to bring their sack lunches.

  • Food will not be available and activities will be limited to those listed above.

  • Come prepared for an outdoor farm experience: dress weather-appropriate and bring a full water bottle.

  • Students with allergies to an outdoor environment (grass, hay, straw, bees) should be noted and appropriate precautions taken.

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