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Spring Fling

Spring Fling

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$15.00$75.00

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This special day on the farm features live music, local cuisine, and hands-on farm and craft activities for all ages.

Kids and their families can participate in the farm-to-table experience and learn first hand where their food comes from by milking goats, feeding chickens, touring the garden, and making bread, butter and cheese.

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This special day on the farm features live music, local cuisine, and hands-on farm and craft activities for all ages.

Kids and their families can participate in the farm-to-table experience and learn first hand where their food comes from by milking goats, feeding chickens, touring the garden, and making bread, butter and cheese.

Guests can watch a sheep shearing demonstration and then try their hand at carding, spinning wool and other wool crafts. Other activities during the day include milking goats, planting seeds, nature crafts and face painting. Attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket and relax under the big Elm tree.

Flip Flop Ranch farmers and staff welcome kids and their families to immerse themselves in food, farming, and fun at Flip Flop Ranch – an hour and a half away from LA, 2 hours from Las Vegas and San Diego.

Tickets: $15/person in advance, $20 at the gate; $75 for a family of 4 or more in advance, $85 for a family of 4 or more at the gate; age 2 and under free.

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