Kline Creek Farm Education Programs
Kline Creek Farm presents 19th-century farm activities, such as baking, canning, planting, harvesting, sheep shearing and ice cutting, through programs designed for individuals, families and groups. For upcoming programs, visit the Calendar of Events.
The "A Day At The Farm" educational program allows students to see how families lived more than a century ago. The field trip provides opportunities for students to participate in a wide variety of farm activities. For program information, view the "Teachers Guide" featuring Kline Creek Farm's programs on page 9.
During the summer, children ages 7 – 12 can participate in the “Farmhands” day camp, where they’ll experience life on an 1890s farm, including chores, domestic activities and games. For more Information on the Farmhands day camp sessions and registration forms, click here. For a 2014 Kline Creek Farm Farmhands Scholarship Application, click here.
Kline Creek Farm also offers programs that meet state curriculum standards for grammar school and high school classes. For more information, view the "Teachers Guide" or call the farm at (630) 876-5900.
For Scouts and Scout Leaders
Learn more about opportunities for Scouts and other youth groups at Kline Creek. For more information, view the "Scouting Guide."