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CELEBRATE BOVINA FARM DAY SEPTEMBER 3RD

Written By Editor on 8/7/23 | 8/7/23

BOVINA, NEW YORK (AUGUST 1, 2023) — Farming Bovina is thrilled to host another Bovina Farm Day on Sunday, September 3, 2023, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

 

Hosted by a non-profit organization, Farming Bovina, this annual celebration of the area’s rich agricultural traditions returns to Crescent Valley Road in Bovina for another year of family fun on Labor Day Weekend.  

 

“Our Farm Day in 2022 was probably our most attended event to date,” explains Farming Bovina President, Evelyn Stewart Barnhart. “After a two-year hiatus due to Covid, I think people were incredibly excited to get back to the annual events that they love. We hope everyone comes out again this year.”

 

Bovina Farm Day is an opportunity for visitors to meet the farmers, find local food and discover products made in the area. Farming Bovina welcomes everyone to experience a variety of farm animals and get the kids involved with all the activities of the day including farm animals, antique engine demonstrations, vintage tractor displays, hayrides, treasure hunts, games and hands-on butter making demonstration and maple candy making activities. Dairy farm tours and a chance to visit the historic Maynard Schoolhouse are other highlights of this day of family fun.

 

Guests are also encouraged to enter the annual Best Apple Pie and Apple Dessert Contests, and the Scarecrow Contest. The organization will provide the stake, cross-arms, and hay, while those who enter the contest will supply the creativity and sheer determination to outshine the other scarecrows on the field. Entering the contest costs $10.

 

Breakfast and lunch will be available from Russell’s, Ty’s Taco-ria and Kru Coffee Collective for the duration of the event.

 

The price of admission for this day of family fun is $5.00 per person, with children under 12 free. This event is made possible with the generous support of Pure Catskills, an economic initiative of the Watershed Agriculture Council with funding from NYC DEP and several other generous sponsors.

 

To ensure the safety and comfort of the farm animals, NO dogs can be admitted to Farm Day.

 

For more information on Bovina Farm Day, the contests and volunteering, please visit farmingbovinany.org.


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