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DB Outreach - All-Ages Fall Fun at Swan’s Trail Farm!
“Never ask for to-morrow: it is enough that divine Love is an ever-present help; and if you wait, never doubting, you will have all you need every moment.' (Miscellaneous Writings, p. 307:2–5)
Who: Christian Scientists of all ages and their friends and family of all faiths. (All youth must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.)
What: Bring your family and friends along to enjoy all that Fall has to offer at Swan’s Trail Farm in Snohomish! There are activities for everyone of any age. We’ll begin our day with an inspirational talk by Sabra Lowe, CS at a nearby public library and then head up to the Farm for their Fall Festival! Enjoy tasty fall treats, peruse the country store, walk in the pumpkin patch, find your way out of a giant corn maze in the shape of Washington State, take wagon rides, explore the petting farm, and much, much more!
When: Saturday, October 15, 2022 | 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (farm closes at 5:00, you are welcome to leave when you'd like!)
Cost: $22 per person (children 2 & under free)
includes inspirational talk, parking and admission to Swan's Trail Farms.
Deadline to Register: 10/12/22 (or until tickets sell out!)
Cancellation Fee: $11
No Refund deadline: 9/30/22
Inspirational Talk, Parking, and Admission to Swan’s Trail Farms. Swan’s Trail Farms offers many tasty options for snacks and lunch for purchase at your own expense.
Parking at the Everett Public Library and Swan’s Trail Farms is free. However, Swan’s Trail Farms can get crowded. If you are interested in carpooling with other attendees from the Library to the Farm, please contact Katie (email@example.com)
Good to Know: The Farm is open rain or shine, and so our activity will go on as planned unless otherwise stated. Please dress according to the weather forecast, and expect some muddy patches if it has been/is raining.
Questions? Contact Katie Stewart: firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-376-7572
This event is generously underwritten by the Asher Student Foundation and other partners.