Welcome to Faranda’s Farm!
We want people all over the world to visit the Laurel Highlands to learn about the joy that comes from Nature. Our Garlic Festival is a Stinkin’ good time with entertainment, a cooking competition and vendors. We offer families an opportunity to bond in nature with our corn maze and flashlight night. Our festivals aren’t the only time to have fun – we also have private events! Field trips for school kids, Birthday Parties, & Company Outings. We’re excited to see you and hope you enjoy your stay!
2020 Spring Field Trips
May 11th – 15th, 2020
Is your school attending the production of Charlottes Web at the Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown?
Do you need a convenient location to eat lunch?
Would you like to add an education program to your day?
Faranda Farm offers:
- Cafe style eating area under the veranda of picnic tables
- ADA Male/Female Restrooms
- Safe and easy unloading/loading buses and easy bus parking
- Farm activities include feeding the animals, playground pedal carts, giant sling shot, corn hole and other barnyard games
Plus – We are going to study spiders
- What is the difference between an insect and a spider?
- What is special about a spider’s web?
- Create your own spider web.
- Farm activities
$5.00 Per Person – Teachers & Staff No Charge
Reserve you time at the far around you scheduled show time. For additional information & reservations call Mary at 814-479-7109 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not Going to the Show? Need a Spring Trip? Call & Schedule another day during May 18th – 22nd, 2020
Class Room Field Trips
Honey Bee Field Trips
Can you answer the following questions with one answer:
- What pollinates 70% of our food?
- Produces a product that never spoils?
- Can dance the Waggle?
- Can fly up to 20 MPH?
Can you Guess?
It is a Honey Bee!
Our field trips will discuss the:
- Life and activity in the hive
- Pollinating and the importance in the food supply
- Tools needed to take care of the hive
- Sampling different honey
There will be no observatory hives on site. We will just be learning about the importance of bees in agriculture.
Call for more information – Let us come to your location
Thank you for supporting
the Faranda Farm in 2019.
Continue to Check Out the
Schedule in 2020 at the Faranda Farm
for New Farm Activities and Events!
Have a Merry Christmas &
a Blessed New Year!