Breakfast with Santa                      December 10, 2017

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December 10th. 9:30a-12:00p

Santa arrives at 10:00

Pre-registration required (link below!)

$10 per person admission includes:

  • breakfast & a drink
  • photo with Santa (taken on your phone)
  • letters to the animals
  • petting zoo

Additional activities

  • Pony Rides $5 (must be purchased in advance)
  • Hot Cocoa bar $5
  • Sleigh rides $5
  • Stall decorating $20; prize to 1st place (must register in advance)


    Admission and Pony Rides
    Seating Time
    Reservation Name

    M&M Volunteers & Students only:

    • Horse decorating - $30 to rent a horse. Prize to top 2 places.
    • Volunteers (13+) receive a free 30 minute lesson.




    Please note: Tickets are non-refundable, though you may transfer them to another person or family if you're unable to make your reservation. Please message us if these ends up being your situation.

    Play Santa to our Animals! 

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    Open Barn, 10am-12pm

    This weekly event will feature self-guided tours of our property and an opportunity to to meet our animals! 

    Registration is not required for open barn.

    Pony rides will be offered from time to time, on a limited basis. Tickets for pony rides must be purchased ahead of time. Please send us a message through our Facebook page or email to purchase pony rides. 

    Story Time on the Farm

    Storytime is held every Monday from 10-11a.  Join us to read a story, have a snack and juice, visit with the animals and brush a pony, donkey or cow. 

    This event is free, though a donation is appreciated to help us cover costs and in support of our animals!


    FARM CAMPS (Coming again next summer)

    Take part in our farm camps to learn about the many aspects of working a farm!   Campers will learn about horses including grooming, bathing, anatomy, breeds, colors and confirmation.  We will also teach hands-on care and upkeep including stall cleaning, tack maintenance and stable upkeep.  Campers will touch on nutrition, including the many types of hay, grains and supplements. 

    Our camp differs from other local camps as we don’t limit our learning experiences to horses – our campers also learn about the care of various other animals including pigs, camelids, sheep, goats, mules and donkeys.

    Each day there will be a riding lesson and games.  We will also make a craft to take home!

    Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required for all camps.  Tank tops are not allowed. Sunscreen and bug spray are recommended.  Please pack a sack lunch each day, with the exception of pizza day.  Bring plenty of water!


    You can do something big, you can do something small, because whatever you do is better than nothing at all.
    — anonymous