The event also will include farm games, crafts, face painting and a visit by the Easter Bunny. All are encouraged to wear boots and warm clothing to the event.
The family-owned and operated organic dairy farm offers a variety of educational programs for children, adults and families. Cassidy Charette, an Oakland teen who died in a hayride accident in 2014, was a long-time summer camper there. In 2015, farm owners Linda and Doug Hartkopf and the community helped build Cassidy’s Kitchen — an outdoor, three-season kitchen for educational programs.
Those who attend the event are asked to bring a pet item to donate to the Humane Society Waterville Area in honor and memory of Charette, who was a shelter volunteer. Suggestions for “Baby Shower” donations include dry and wet, dye-free food for both dogs and cats. (source CM)