July 21st, from 1:00 to 4:00, come meet the Dionne Quintuplets! This sad but true story comes to life with a huge collection of dolls and talk by collector Mary Cooper (Grandma Mary), beloved local art teacher.
The annual garden party celebrates pioneer women. with fashions, dolls, and handmade textiles. Bring your mom, your sister, or your best friend for a day of discovery. Farm opens at 11:00 for tours.
Hostesses for this event are campers from our Finishing School Camp for girls ages 12-15. See our camp page for more info.
Teachers and child care providers, learn more about our popular tours HERE.
It isn’t easy to maintain a historic site, but our members keep us going, and make historic learning fun and affordable for thousands of visitors (mostly children) who visit us each year. Will you pitch in to help the Philip Foster Farm? Support local preservation, excellent camp and field trip experiences, and local historians sharing […]
Volunteers are the heart of the Philip Foster Farm, and Chris Bento has been volunteering for a long time. She has helped summer campers with sewing projects on her own machine. She has made hundreds (no, thousands) of cookies for tours. She has helped with events and tours for years, and made many of our […]
Do you know a business or individual who would like to sponsor an event, a tour element, or free admission at the Philip Foster Farm? Our volunteers make memorable experiences, and you can be part of those memories. More info at http://www.philipfosterfarm.com/pffwp/sponsorships/