Wagon rides, tours and a petting area are all part of the Open Farm Day activities taking place at Sullivan’s Family Farm.
People are invited to drop by the farm, at 161 Sullivan Road, on Sunday, Sept. 15 between 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Visitors can meet animals, including pigs, goats and hens. There’s even a pet pig on site; a Vietnamese pot-bellied pig-Julian mix called George.
There’s no admission fee, but to help cover costs of running the event there will be a sales table and a barbecue. The farm table will offer baked goods, meats, cool treats.
Hook & Needle Boutique will be on site with handmade items for purchase and face painters will be offering their services.
For the best experience, people are advised to bring old shoes or rubber boots, insect repellent and sunscreen. Those planning to purchase meat should bring a cooler. People paying to items with cash are asked to bring smaller bills and change when possible.
The event will take place rain or shine and a porta-potty will be available.
Ryan and Chelsea Sullivan will be on hand to greet visitors and answer questions about the farm.