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Plow Day
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Museum Exhibit - Child Size Vehicles: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous -- Open Sundays Sept 9 - Oct 28 -- 1-4PM or by appointment.

posted Sep 1, 2018, 4:11 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Sep 9, 2018, 5:24 AM ]

Most “normal” sized carriages and sleighs were built for horses. Skyline's new museum exhibit highlights horse sized vehicles next to their smaller counterparts built for cob, pony, and miniature horses. Children have a better imagination as to what was going to pull their appropriately sized vehicle. They often “put to” whatever was available, such as dog(s), goat(s), rooster(s), baby and adult oxen, ostrich, mule, donkey, burro, and yes, a pony.

 A few of the child sized vehicles on display will be (but are not limited to): Hay Wagon, Sleigh(s), Goat or Dog Cart, Covered Wagon, Wicker Governess Cart, Bench Sled, Village Cart, Runabouts, Basket Carriage, and a few rare surprises.

The “Triple Mountain Model Horses” Breyer Horse-drawn vehicle display will continue.

Free admission; Donations appreciated.

Sept 16 SUNDAY 5th Annual 5K Trail Run/Walk

posted Sep 1, 2018, 4:09 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Sep 9, 2018, 5:25 AM ]

Sunday, 10 am start.    Registration 8-9:30

Sign up on line $20  at or at Skyline Farm on race day $25.00

This fun community event is open to all ages and abilities and is designed to showcase the trails at Skyline Farm and neighboring Yarmouth Water District. The course, which begins and ends at Skyline Farm, will be one continuous loop over varied terrain.

$100 Gift certificates to Fleet Feet Sports for top male/female finishers.

T-shirts will be given to first 50 registrants and local pies will be rewarded to the top male/female finishers in eight age categories along with a variety of post-race refreshments 

This year we will be selling chances to win Skyline Farm door prizes, and first time racers will each receive one free door prize ticket!

Volunteers are needed. 

Info: Jennifer Robbins, (207) 415-6830 or

Oct 14 Soup & Cider Day, Sunday, noon-3 pm

posted Sep 1, 2018, 4:09 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Sep 9, 2018, 5:25 AM ]

Beautiful Skyline Farm, North Yarmouth Historical's newly-refurbished cider press‚ and bushels of local apples: the perfect combination for a brisk Maine October day. This is fall at its best!

Fall is in the air and the annual collaboration between North Yarmouth Historical Society and Skyline Farm is not far away!

This family friendly event is a wonderful time to see your neighbors and celebrate the season.

Pitch apples into the hopper of the cider press, turn the crank, and watch the liquid gold pour away. Plenty of cider for all and delicious homemade soup and breads, too.

Soup & Cider Day is traditionally a real community affair and, as always, we're asking for a few good cooks to contribute a Crockpot of your best soup or your favorite cornbread or rolls. Every year brings a new culinary delight, thanks to talented and generous local kitchen experts.

 Info: Katie Murphy, (207) 846-4379 to let us know what you can bring

Oct 24 Get Out! NatureWalk, Wed., 1:30 pm

posted Sep 1, 2018, 4:08 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Sep 9, 2018, 5:27 AM ]

Come to Skyline Farm for “Seasonal Change,” a guided adventure led by volunteer naturalist Karen Herold. Please be mindful of the weather, and dress accordingly. Bring appropriate gear, snacks and a thermos or water bottle. 

Get Out! Nature Walks, co-sponsored by the Royal River Conservation Trust and Chebeague and Cumberland Land Trust, take place once-per-month on Wednesday afternoons. The excursions are volunteer-led regular trips with trained master naturalists and other skilled volunteer leaders. Join the group for a well-planned, no cost, outing held rain, snow or shine.

 As is the case with all such programs, outings are great for older kids, but inappropriate for folks under age 6. Curriculums are targeted at adults and engaged youth. Additionally, because the purpose is nature observation, no dogs, please.

Info: Kyle Warren, (207) 632-6112 or

Oct 28 -The Great Pumpkin, Sunday, 1-4 pm

posted Sep 1, 2018, 4:07 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Sep 10, 2018, 3:11 AM ]

Children, come show off your Halloween costume.

Last chance to see and reminisce while viewing the original Story Land Pumpkin Coach.

Meet Cinderella.

Demonstration of a wooden style pumpkin hurling catapult.

Triple Mountain Model Horse, new Breyer horse sales trailer will be on site.

Futures For Standardbreds org. will have a booth promoting retired/retrained Standardbred horses for pleasure use.

Tour Skyline Farm's “Child Sized Vehicles: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous” museum exhibit and last chance to view a display of Breyer model horses hitched to various custom made horse-drawn vehicles.

Pumpkin themed lunch baked goods for sale.

Ben Lapointe miniature horse-drawn wagon rides, $5.00 per child.

Judged costume classes for the following: live horses, goats and Breyer or other model plastic horses (alone or in a scene). Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

Info: Greg Cuffey, (207) 892-0188 or

Nov 10 - Christmas Photo Shoot in Sleighs

posted Sep 1, 2018, 4:06 AM by John Sowles   [ updated Sep 9, 2018, 5:28 AM ]

Professional family photos are shot by Maine Moments Photography inside the Skyline Farm Carriage Museum on Saturday, Nov. 10. Your choice of sleighs will serve as the main prop.

It’s a great idea for a Christmas card or a family memory. The cost is $50 for members, $60 for nonmembers; with a limit of two adults, three children, and one pet per sitting.

Info: Greg Cuffey, (207) 892-0188 or

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