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Experience the Charm of Rural Traditions at Montgomery’s Farm Day Event

Montgomery’s Farm Day Celebration: A Journey to the Past

Montgomery invites you to step back in time and experience the rural charm of yesteryear at the Dickson-Murst Farm. On Sunday, May 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the farm will come alive with traditional activities and displays. The event, hosted by The Conservation Foundation, is free and will showcase children’s crafts, live farm animals, hayrides, and much more, creating a perfect family outing.

Engaging Activities and Historical Insights

Explore the beautifully restored historic farm buildings and admire a collection of antique trucks and tractors that tell the story of farming’s evolution. The local Future Farmers of America students from Newark will not only display their farm animals but also offer vibrant flowering annuals and hanging baskets for sale. Additionally, Kendall County 4-H clubs will enrich the experience with engaging craft projects and activities, ensuring that every visitor gains a hands-on understanding of farm life.

Convenience and Continuity: Rain or Shine

The Dickson-Murst Farm, located at 2550 Dickson Road in Montgomery, promises a day full of educational fun and relaxation, irrespective of the weather. With free parking available and the event set to proceed rain or shine, families are guaranteed a hassle-free visit. For more details, interested attendees are encouraged to visit Whether you’re a history buff, nature lover, or simply looking for a delightful day out with the family, Montgomery’s Farm Day offers something for everyone.