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Second Saturdays On The Farm
Saturday, July 13, 2013, 11:00am - 03:00pm
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The Agricultural History Project Center and Museum continues the monthly Second Saturdays On The Farm on July 13, 11am-3pm at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds, Highway 152 outside Watsonville. This event is FREE! Donations appreciated. Bring your whole neighborhood to participate! This July 13th Second Saturday highlights old-fashioned games that both young children and adults can try out! We'll also have several grilling demonstrations with tips on how to create yummy grilled vegetables and meats for those summer picnics. And you can take a hayride out to look at this year's new Community Garden and see how the corn you planted at Day on the Farm in May is coming along. Children and adults will be able to roll hoops, play marbles, toss bean bags, try out the stilts, play badminton, run sack races and three-legged races, and kids can race our ride-on toy tractors! Activities for kids will be ongoing 11am-3pm. Talks will be offered on grilling at noon, 12:30, and 1pm. "Second Saturdays will be a monthly event for our community to come together around farming and also with our partners to experience the best of Pajaro Valley cultural community" said John Kegebein, CEO of the Agricultural History Project Center and Museum. The Agricultural History Project Center and Museum revitalizes our connection with farms and ranches by creating fun events for families, stimulating discussions on current issues, and thoughtful displays of our history with the land.
Location : Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds
Contact : John Kegebein (831) 724-5898


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