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    Winslow Farm Spring Events & News


       Spring is here and it's now warm enough to sheer our beautiful sheep and alpacas. They're pretty wooly about now and need to be sheared for their comfort in the warmer weather. Sheep Shearing is an art and very interesting to watch. Our animals are always treated kindly and respectfully during the process.

    Children's Movie Night is back! Every Saturday evening, weather permitting, please join us for a family night movie on our Super-Sized movie screen. Bring a comfortable chair or blanket and sit back and enjoy the show. Please check the Winslow website to review a list of movies and show dates.

    Our Spring Renewalis in full clean up and repair mode, yet we are still far below our goal of raising $20,000 to meet the costs of the work needed to be done. We would appreciate any and all donations towards the repairs and renewal of our sanctuary.     

    Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary is a nonprofit, stay-for-life sanctuary, established for the rescue and care of abused and abandoned animals and animal education. Winslow Farm is owned and operated by Debra White, President, and is home to over 200 animals including, sheep, goats, horses, llamas, alpacas, exotic birds, pigs and more. Visitors to Winslow Farm can enjoy a guided tour of the sanctuary, as well as its many amenities including, nature trail, full playground, campfire, perennial garden, and on site eatery. Winslow Farm offers year round fundraising and educational events, those events can be found at www.winslowfarm.com. All donations to Winslow Farm are tax-deductible.

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    Kid's Day

    Kid's Day includes a treasure hunt, a bounce house, kids' games and more. This year it will be held on July 20 and 21