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

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Family Reunions
Group Events
Dog Agility
Trails Open to the Public:
Horseback Riding
Carriage Driving
Cross Country Skiing


posted Jun 26, 2021, 2:53 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Jun 26, 2021, 3:07 AM ]

SATURDAY, JULY 10th     9-11 a.m. (future Walks will be held on Aug. 7, Sept. 18, Oct. 23) 

Terri Young, a  certified Kripalu Mindful Outdoor Guide, offers powerful nature-based experiences combining forest bathing, meditation and practical outdoor skills for folks 12 years and older. 

Cost:  Suggested donation of $10 per person to support Skyline Farm and local community organizations.

Registration: email Terri at or call 489-9696 to let her know you’re coming. No drop-ins, please.


We will meet at 9:00 a.m. in the Skyline Farm parking lot. This experience is two hours. One should be able to walk slowly 1 mile in varying terrain. Bring appropriate outdoor clothing, sturdy shoes, and water bottles. Leave cell phones at home or in the car. No dogs.


A mindful connection with the outdoors is crucial for cultivating a balanced, inspired, and fulfilled life.

Let yourself be guided….

For your body: Release stress, receive healing health benefits, breath fresh air and get moving.

For your mind: Settle your awareness on nature's soothing atmosphere.

For your spirit: Venture into the woods to gain inspiration from the living earth, taking in the forest atmosphere through all of our senses.

“Summertime Amusements: To and Fro”

posted Jan 19, 2020, 7:26 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Jun 26, 2021, 2:57 AM ]

SUNDAYS - May 16-June 27   1-4 p.m.   

Skyline Farm Carriage Museum’s new exhibit, “Summertime Amusements: To and Fro,” highlights vehicles seen at numerous summer events throughout the horse-drawn era. Folks of the day used a beach wagon to go to the beach, buggies and breaks to go to the races, common buggies and wagons to the fair and picnics, fringe top surreys to church, and a hearse to the cemetery. The children used goat and dog carts. The “Camp Ossipee” vehicle was used at a New Hampshire summer camp to move children to and fro, and a custom built 100+ year old wagon designed to move a rare children's flying seat ride from fair to country fair. The ride will be partially setup along with many more surprises.

The museum is open for public viewing on Sundays, from May 16-June 27 and again Sept. 5-Oct. 24, 1-4 p.m. or by appointment. Free admission; donations are appreciated.


For more information, contact Greg Cuffey at 892-0188 or

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