The Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm's 32nd Farm Animal Frolic is a go this spring, and they are asking the community to join in on the warm weather fun.
The frolic celebrates the renewal of life that accompanies the spring season. This year the frolic theme is "The Goat Pen". You will see baby animals like goats and lambs running around and pigs rolling around in the mud. Officials say it's a great way for your kids to have some fun while learning how a farm in the 1800s works.
"They get a chance to actually help with a chore that would actually need to take place anyway... I think the kids feel very involved then because they are being apart of what is needed to take care of the animals," Deborah DiPasquale, Marketing Director, said.
The farm's big fundraiser will take place on May 22nd, 23rd, 29th, and 30th rain or shine.