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Traveling farm makes Mosher Park stop


By Melanie Lekocevic

Capital Region Independent Media

The RCS Community Library hosted the traveling farm at the Mosher Park pavilion. Contributed photo

RAVENA — A traveling farm made a stop at Mosher Park last Monday and kids lined up to meet the animals.

The event was hosted by the RCS Community Library as part of its annual summer reading program and was held at the park’s pavilion.

Kids lined up to pet the angora rabbit during the Winterberry Homestead traveling farm at Mosher Park. Contributed photo

Winterberry Homestead Farm came to the park with several of its animals and families learned how they contribute to sustainable agriculture.

Kids also had the chance to pet the animals.

Winterberry Homestead, based in Dryden, NY, has traveled to several area libraries offering a variety of educational programs.

The organization’s programs are designed to provide hands-on and engaging learning opportunities that stir children’s imaginations and stimulate their natural curiosity, according to the group’s website.

Children got an up close look at the animals. Contributed photo
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