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Christmas Traditions

Red was the popular color choice for Christmas decorations in the 1920’s, but were electric lights or candles used on Christmas trees? Did friends exchange postcards or greeting cards? Visit the Gibson farmhouse to experience a 1920’s Christmas. Learn how to make traditional 1920’s paper decorations and feature them on your tree! Registration required. $5 per person. Call 765-567-4700 to book your spot. 1:00pm – 3:00pm.

Egg Ornaments

Learn how to make beautiful ornaments from real eggs! We will use duck eggs, raised right on our farm. These ornaments make beautiful gifts. Registration required. $5 per person. Call 765-567-4700 to book your spot. 11:00am – 12:00pm.

Celebrate Veterans Day

Remember the lives of American servicemen and their families in World War I. Hear the words of a young Tippecanoe soldier exchanged between him and his father. Reflect on the tragedy and triumph of their long ago sacrifice. Free with park admission. 10:00am – 11:00am.

Trick-Or-Treating with the Animals

Come dressed in your costume and share this festive weekend with our animals. Find each station on The Farm and receive a treat. Learn about how trick-or-treating came to be. Several of our animals will be in costume, so don’t miss this fun event! Free with park admission. 1:00pm – 3:00PM

Farm Dinner

Enjoy a 5 course meal in the 1920’s Gibson Farmhouse, featuring fresh ingredients from The Farm. Socialize and make new friends! Reservations required. Space is very limited. *Vegetarian options available. Please specify with your reservation. $50 per person, includes park admission. Call 765-567-4700 to book your spot. 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Fall Funfest: A Harvest Celebration

Join us for a weekend of fun fall festivities – Halloween activities in the campground, fun at The Farm, a hike  to see scarecrows along the bicycle trail, a hayride through the prairie, or take a step back in time at the Native American village to enjoy a harvest celebration.  FREE with park admission. For more information, call 765-567-4919 or email amanuel@dnr.in.gov

 

Barn Dance and Harvest Celebration

Join us for our annual Barn Dance and help us celebrate the harvest of our crops! Scott Greeson shares his musical talents all over the Midwest, but will be performing in our barn from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. We will have a silent auction to support The Farm and activities for children. Come hungry, as we will have our very own farm chili for sale, as well as pumpkin and French silk pie. Bring your camper chair for extra seating. Enjoy this annual evening of family fun! $5 per car, plus park admission. Trolley rides will be available for $3 per person, children 5 and under ride FREE. 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Fall Funfest: A Harvest Celebration

Join us for a weekend of fun fall festivities – Halloween activities in the campground, fun at The Farm, a hike  to see scarecrows along the bicycle trail, a hayride through the prairie, or take a step back in time at the Native American village to enjoy a harvest celebration.  FREE with park admission. For more information, call 765-567-4919 or email amanuel@dnr.in.gov

 

Fall Funfest on The Farm

Stop in and celebrate Fall Funfest weekend. Try your hand at making a corn husk doll or a fun mask! We will have FREE popcorn and cider available. Decorate a mini pumpkin for $2 each. Free with park admission. 11:00pm – 3:00pm

Fall Funfest: A Harvest Celebration

Join us for a weekend of fun fall festivities – Halloween activities in the campground, fun at The Farm, a hike  to see scarecrows along the bicycle trail, a hayride through the prairie, or take a step back in time at the Native American village to enjoy a harvest celebration.  FREE with park admission. For more information, call 765-567-4919 or email amanuel@dnr.in.gov