May at Gorman Heritage Farm: Bees, Flower Crowns and Hikes

Gorman Heritage Farm is bringing all the springtime fun this May! Check out one of these family-friendly events and reserve your spot today!

Farm, Field, and Forest Hikes
Saturday, May 6th, 10:00am-12:30pm

Join our knowledgeable farm staff for a relaxed 3 mile hike through the farm, fields, and forest. We’ll make stops to learn about the seasonal happenings and answer questions.

Each hike will have a unique theme to highlight the happenings of that season.

Little Beekeepers: A Family Honeybee Adventure
Saturday, May 6th, 10:30am-12:00pm

Buzz on over to the farm to become little beekeepers as we dissect flowers, make seed dispersing ‘bombs’, and view a live hive!

Family Crafting: Toad Abodes
Saturday, May 13th, 10:30am-12:00pm

Toads are lovely friends to have in your gardens: they’ll eat up lots of garden pests and ask for very little in return. Bring your family out to the Farm to meet our little toad and decorate your very own toad home to put in your outdoor space!

Flower Crown Crafting on the Farm
Saturday, May 13th, 1-2:15pm

Celebrate the mom in your life by crafting a flower crown alongside them this Mother’s Day weekend! Use fresh blooms along with decorative elements like ribbons and dried moss to create your own flower crown as you snack on tea cookies, sip on refreshments, and meet our friendly bunny rabbit!

Is Pre-Registration Required?

Yes, preregistration is required for all programs unless otherwise specified. Programs have limited capacity and may sell out. To register yourself for a program, click the tickets button below the program description. This will redirect you to the Eventbrite page where you can learn more and register!

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About Gorman Heritage Farm

At Gorman Heritage Farm, we are actively and proudly working to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion within the farming and sustainable food production space, as we recognize these spaces have historically not been welcoming to all. Gorman Heritage Farm includes and empowers the presence and ideas of people in the LGBTQIA+ community, people across the gender spectrum, Black and Indigenous individuals, people of color, neurodivergent individuals, and people with disabilities. It is our desire to not only bring greater awareness to the ecological and health benefits of sustainable farming, but to also create equitable and welcoming spaces for historically marginalized communities, and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in our programming, reference material, supporter base, staff, and leadership.

Gorman Heritage Farm is located at 10052 Reading Road Cincinnati, OH 45241.

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