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Baby Animal Days 

Come meet baby pigs, goats, lambs, ponies, calves, baby chicks, rabbits, and new for this year, a miniature yak!

Children's Activities

Horse Rides (Hopefully, you're kids like it better than Aiko did last year.)
Sheep Shearing Demos
Food Vendors

Face Painting

Miniature Train Rides

Climbing Wall

Bouncy Houses


       3:30 p.m. Sheep Shearing Demo

       4:30 p.m. Scales and Tales Show

       5:30 p.m. Chemical Chaos Show

       6:30 p.m. Sheep Shearing Demo

       7:30 p.m. Scales and Tales Show


      11:00 a.m. Sheep Shearing Demo

      12:00 p.m. Scales and Tales Show

      1:00 p.m. Chemical Chaos Show

      2:00 p.m. Sheep Shearing Demo

      3:00 p.m. Scales and Tales Show

      4:00 p.m. Chemical Chaos Show

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Friday May 8, 2015 | 3-8 pm (Gate Closes at 7:30)
Saturday May 9, 2015 | 10 am - 6 pm (Gate Closes at 5:30)
Entrance Fee(s)
$5 Individual (ages 3 and up)
$25 Family (6 related individuals ages 3 and up)
$20 Military Family (up to 6 related individuals ages 3 and older with military ID)
$15 Garden Members Family (6 related individuals ages 3 and older)
Tickets available at the gate.
Helpful Tips

Baby Animal Days will not be canceled for weather unless further announced. Last year they brought a ton of hay and laid it all around so you don't get super muddy.

Be prepared for wet weather though!

Strollers can be used. 

Bring cash as some activities and food cost extra. 

Tickets available at the gate. Please pre-order by clicking here.



lisa matzke Thu, 05/07/2015 - 12:42


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