Date(s) - 04/22/2017
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Forest Home Farms Historic Park
Sheep Shearing is one of the San Ramon Historic Foundations largest annual events drawing over 1000 people to the farm. It is an opportunity for community members of all ages to come together and enjoy a day on the farm while learning and having fun.
Over 100 sheep will receive their annual haircut and provide an opportunity for us to demonstrate how sheep are sheared. You will see how their wool is removed; cleaned and spun into yarn all while the sheep dogs are herding the next sheep in line to get their haircut.
Help celebrate San Ramon’s 150th birthday and join us for a fun filled day on the oldest homestead in San Ramon open to the public. Forest Home Farms was built and settled in the early 1800s and your attendance will make a difference in the preserving this unique piece of San Ramon history.
LEARN * EXPLORE * NATIONAL HISTORICAL LANDMARK * SHEEP SHEARING * WOOL SPINNING WOOD CARVING AND TURNING * BLACKSMITH * QUILTING * GAMES * CRAFTS * TRACTOR MUSEUM * FARM TOURS * 4 H PETTING ZOO * MAYPOLE * GIFT SHOPPE * GLASS HOUSE TOURS
Order Early Bird Tickets at SRHF.org
Early Bird (before April 20)
$3 Children (3-12) (under 3 free)
After April 20 and at the gate:
$5 Child (3-12) (under 3 free)
Order online at http://www.srhf.org/sheep-shearing-day-2017/