Events

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Scheduled Events:
Winter Sleigh Exhibit
Sleigh Day
Summer Carriage Exhibit
Plow Day
Educational Programs and Clinics

Reserve Skyline Farm for Your Event:
Weddings
Family Reunions
Group Events
Dog Agility
Trails Open to the Public:
Horseback Riding
Carriage Driving
Hiking
Cross Country Skiing
Snowshoeing

Sept. 7th - 15th Annual Henryfest Music Festival at Skyline Farm

posted Aug 3, 2019, 4:35 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Aug 5, 2019, 8:57 AM ]

Saturday, 12-7 pm

Henryfest is a family-oriented outdoor concert and festival held to celebrate music, community and the educational mission of 317 Main Community Music Center. Jams, workshops, lawn games, food trucks, pie tent, and so much more. 

Info: www.317main.org/concerts-events/henryfest/ for more details.

Info: 317 Main Front Desk, (207) 846-9559

Sept. 15 6th Annual 5K Trail Run/Walk at Skyline Farm

posted Aug 3, 2019, 4:30 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Sep 12, 2019, 7:58 AM by Pam Ames ]

Please join us on Sunday September 15th at 10am, for Skyline Farm’s 6th annual Trail Run/Walk. This late summer community event showcases Skyline’s trails that are used throughout the year by walkers, runners, snowshoers, bikers and equestrians. Our race starts and finishes at the carriage museum and will include varied terrain through Skyline Farm’s fields and woods as well as trails through Yarmouth Water District (a race sponsor).

 

As in year’s past we will award $100 gift certificate from our prize sponsor, Fleet Feet Sports to the top male/female finishers and we will once again by popular demand award sweet and savory pies for the top male/female finishers for 8 ages categories ranging from 14 and under to 70 and up. Race registration and timing is by North Yarmouth’s Five K Sports. Please go towww.running4free.com to pre-register for the race ($20) or come between 8:30-9:30 to register on race day ($25). The first 50 people who sign up will get a free t-shirt.

 

9:30 a.m. This year, thanks to the help of Skyline’s neighbor and runner Evan Hall, we will offer a free kid’s race which will be 1K and will feature prizes of pumpkins and gourds grown by Farm to Table Kids.

 

So save our 5K race on your calendar and please encourage your friends, family and coworkers to join us for an outdoor adventure! And FYI for those of you who are in training last year’s winning time was 20 minutes 5 seconds!

 

If you would like additional information or if you’d like to volunteer for the race, please call or text Skyline Farm Trustee, Jennifer Robbins at 207-415-6830, email info@skylinefarm.org. You can also visit Skyline Farm’s Facebook page for photos of past races.

Sept. 8-Oct. 27 Museum Exhibit at Skyline Farm

posted Apr 30, 2019, 3:55 PM by John Sowles   [ updated Aug 5, 2019, 8:59 AM ]

Sundays, 1-4 pm, or by appointment

‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ exhibit encourages you to have fun guessing which lighter carriages and wagons were generally built for women and which bulkier, heavier ones were for men. Horse-drawn vehicles were built for specific purposes; to look well and appropriate according to size, class, and gender of the people in them. Also on display are a Boston Chaise and three Studebaker vehicles. Admission is free, but donations are very much appreciated.

Info: Greg Cuffey, (207) 892-0188

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