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Wild Things Farm Holds Annual Spring Festival
By Tourism Industry Partner
Activities Available For The Whole Family
Pocola, OK (April 18, 2011) Wild Things Farm of Pocola, OK, will be holding their Annual Spring Festival on Saturday, May 7th from 8 am to 4 pm, and Sunday, May 8th, from 10 am to 4 pm.
This year’s Festival is loaded with events that the whole family can enjoy. The planned activities include:
Pony Rides, Craft Booths, Hay Rides, A Petting Zoo, Children’s Activities, including a Bounce Around and Children’s Games, Food Concession, including Hot Dogs, Nachos and our Signature Strawberry Belgium Waffles, The Farm’s Retail Store, And More !
Admission to the festival is free. Pony rides are available for $5, and the Bounce Around is $1 for five minutes.
The Spring Festival will be taking place during the farm’s annual spring strawberry season. Fresh strawberries can be hand-picked from the farm’s strawberry patch, or purchased pre-picked.
The farm now has pony rides available for your party or group event. For details and pricing, contact the farm for more information.
Wild Things Farm has fresh, farm grown strawberries, vegetables, flowers, and herbs. It has been owned since 2000 by Jim and Cathie Greene and their family, and is open to the public from mid-April through October. Annual events include the Spring Festival, a Children’s Fishing Tournament, three week-long sessions of Summer Day Camps, Hay Rides, Pony Rides, a Petting Zoo, a Fall Corn Maze and Night Maze, and a Pumpkin Patch. Seasonal fruits and vegetables are available for purchase throughout the summer months. Individuals can also join the farm’s CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program during mid-winter, for delivery of products during the farm’s harvests. They also offer tours of the farm for groups such as schools, churches and scout groups, and can hold birthday parties, corporate picnics and meetings in their open air pavilion, party pavilions and new enclosed meeting room with kitchen facilities. Evening campfires are also available.
The farm is located at 700 Beaty in Pocola - just off Highway 112 North, between I-540 and Zero Street. For further information on the Spring Festival, or other activities at Wild Things Farm, call 918-626-4053, or visit the farm online at http://www.wildthingsfarm.com