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3rd Annual Family Fun Day at Massaro Community Farm!

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3rd Annual Family Fun Day at Massaro Community Farm!

Time: October 2, 2011 from 1pm to 4:30pm
Location: Massaro Farm, 41 Ford Road, Woodbridge CT 06525
Street: 41 Ford Road
City/Town: Woodbridge CT 06525
Website or Map: http://www.massarofarm.org/wp…
Phone: 646-408-9653
Event Type: fall, festival
Organized By: Melissa Waldron Lehner
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2011

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3rd ANNUAL FAMILY FUN DAY is almost here! Come out to the Farm for a day of family and fun.

Saturday, October 1, 2011, 1-4:30pm

(rain date: Sunday, October 2)

The day will include:

  • Family friendly activities and games, including face painting, scarecrow building and more
  • Spicy/Sweet/Exotic Salsa competition with prizes awarded, based on local guest judges and “People’s Choice” favorites
  • Music by Twin Maples and The Fiddleheads
  • Bake Sale!!!
  • Kids Bell Jar Auction
  • Silent Auction
  • Bird Walking Tour by Chris Loscalzo
  • Woodbridge Rotary Club Food and Clothing Donation Drive, more info here
  • Storytelling by Woodbridge Rotary Club and Diane King
  • Worm Compost Demonstration by CT NOFA
  • Recycled Art workshop by Amity High School Environmental Club
  • Planting workshop with the Woodbridge Garden Club
  • CT Beekeepers demonstration
  • AND MORE!

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