We hope you'll join us on June 2, 2024 110;00-3:00! Aaron and Alice Boyce from Pineglenn farm in North Anson will offer carriage rides ($10 adult, $5 Kids 12 and under) and local livestock enthusiasts will be bringing animals for people to see and learn about. Lunch and hot drinks will be available (donation appreciated)  and the carriage museum will be open for viewing. The Blacksmith Shop and Trades buildings will be open for demonstrations and there will be kids' activities and face painting under the tent. Blue Seal Feed, Walnut Hill Garden Club and Carmel Garden Accidental Goat Farm will be setting up tables to sell a few items and share information. Farm day at Skyline Farm will be a fun outdoor day of learning and adventure for anyone curious about livestock, horse drawn vehicles and more. Admission is free.

Farm Day June 2nd from 11:00-2:0

MUSEUM OPEN 11:00-2:00

Come see our new exhibit "Horsedrawn Phrases-Then and Now"

FOOD 11:00-2:00

Lunch, cold & hot drinks and baked goods will be available (donations appreciated)

LiVESTOCK:  Come talk to farmers who are bringing goats, chickens, rabbits, donkeys, sheep and cows for people to learn about.

Kids' Activities Stop by Skyline's tent for face painting, crafts and games

Carriage Rides 11:00-2:00 Aaron and Alice Boyce from Pineglenn Farm in North Anson will be bringing their horses, Tiny and Shay to offer a carriage ride through Skyline’s fields. $10/person $5 12 and under. 

TRADES DEMONSTRATIONS Kiran Chapman, Soma Metal Works will be in the Blacksmith Shop demonstrating his work and Nick Buck, a Skyline Trustee will be demonstrating wood bending in the Trades building