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3rd Annual Farm Games!

Date/Time

Sep 22, 2013
11:00 AM

Description

Stonewall Farm Games features a number of great competitions and challenges on farm tasks! Great for adults and for kids! 

Individual Events (11 a.m.)

  • Manure toss
  • Apple atlatl (yes, it’s spelled atlatl, look it up.)
  • Hay bale stacking
  • Sheaf toss

Pairs Competition (12 p.m.)

  • Potato sack race
  • Relay Race
  • Heavy Sack Toss

Team Sports (1 p.m.)

  • Relay race
  • Tug of War

Individual Events (Heat #2) at 2 p.m.

We'll also have horseshoes to play, lots of Stonewall Food on the grill and horse-drawn hayrides ($3 adults, $1 kids).

Register at the door or by phone at (603) 357-7278. Registration is $5 per person, and allows you to compete in as many events as you'd like. Spectators are free.

Cost

$5 to Compete; Free to Watch

Location

View map Stonewall Farm
242 Chesterfield Rd
Keene, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Stonewall Farm

Phone

(603) 357-7278

Contact name

Matthew Young

Contact email

myoung@stonewallfarm.org

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