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SEE WHAT WE ARE COOKING TODAY
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
The Farm is Open to the Public on Thursday!
We've got lots of fun happening on the farm. We are open to the public this Thursday, and We've got a Wedding Open House this Sunday. Forward this to
We've got lots of fun happening on the farm. We are open to the public this Thursday, and We've got a Wedding Open House this Sunday. Forward this to anyone you know that would like to come.
Come Visit Us This Thursday Get Your Tickets Now!
WE'LL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DURING SPRING BREAK
If you are having a staycation and your school or homeschool doesn't come to Rancho Alegre Farm here is your chance to visit! Make sure to purchase your ticket in advance not the day of to reserve your spot - space is limited!
Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017 Tickets are $9 per person Time: 9:30 a.m. - The guided field trip tour lasts for 1 1/2-2 hours
Learn about Rancho Alegre and visit 6 stations! You'll visit our gardens, learn about worm composting, pet and groom and pony, milk a goat, visit the petting zoo, and hop on a hay ride! After the tour children may have a pony ride for an extra $5.00 which you can pre-book with your tickets or pay in cash the day of. We welcome you to bring your lunch and eat under one of our pavilions after the tour.
Interested in touring our Farm for an Upcoming Wedding?
Join us and Explore Gwinnett for a wedding venue open house and see all that Rancho Alegre Farm has to offer for that perfect Rustic Wedding of your dreams. See our Ceremony options and our banquet room with set ups to show you options for decor.
April 9, 2017, 12:00-3:00 pm RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
PILARS GARDEN TIPS
Divide over-wintered baskets of Boston fern into four sections. Plant new hanging baskets using two sections of fern in each. After the 15th It is safe to plant tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant in your garden now that the soil is warm. Mulch tomatoes immediately after planting to prevent early blight fungus from splashing from the soil onto the leaves.
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