“A Day in the Flint Hills”

"Move 'em out Jess"

“Move ’em out Jess

Lucky Star Farms is hosting “A Day in the Flint Hills”,  a fundraising event and Open House Farm & Ranch Tour. Join us for a day of fun and good times in the Flint HIlls! Come see how we grow your farm to table local food!

Saturday October 5th 10-6  FREE

ALL DAY:  Horses, Cows, Pigs, Chickens, Cowboys (and Cowgirls), Food, FUN, Hay Rides, Horse rides for the lil’ cowpokes, On Farm Store OPEN all day, Grilled Burgers, Brats and other goodies available, Campfires, Rope making and old timey crafts.

Bud Wiggins makes ropes from recycled baling twine with an old fashioned rope maker.  Beautiful and functional.

Bud Wiggins makes ropes from recycled baling twine with an old fashioned rope maker. Beautiful and functional.

RAFFLE to benefit Greenwood County Community Linc addressing hunger in our community and Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education (KACEE) The “No child left inside” folks.

1st Prize: Side of our Processed Heritage Breed Red Wattle Pork. $400 Value!

1st Prize: Whole Hog (Booth Farms) arrange processing. $400 Value!

2nd Prize: 100% Grass Fed Steaks

3rd Prize:  Beef Jerky and Summer Sausage

10AM Sorghum (Molasses) Pressing and cooking

11AM Learn to make your own Probiotic Kombucha at home with Ali Laughlin.

2PM Native American Drumming

3PM Pasture Walk with Native Grass and Plant Identification

4PM Cowboy Music and Award-winning Poetry with Jeff Davidson

5PM Fundraiser Raffle Drawing – No purchase necessary. Need not be present to win.

Tipi in the South Meadow

Tipi in the South Meadow

Bring: Kids, Grandmas, Papas, Lawn Chairs, Sturdy shoes (cowboy boots if ya got ’em), Long Pants, Cameras, Coolers – You might have to take home a whole side of pork when you win the raffle!…and to take home more yummy 100% grass-fed Hormone and Antibiotic Free Black Angus steaks roasts, burgers and Heritage Breed Bacon, hams and sausage at 10% savings and more over regular retail prices!

Don’t bring: Alcohol, drugs, Video Games, flip-flops, guns or dogs.

Just so you won’t get lost trying to find us…..we’ve got pretty good Directions to Lucky Star Farms.  Just make sure you follow ’em.

2 Responses to ““A Day in the Flint Hills””

  1. Pamela Porvaznik Says:

    Will there be a rain date?


    • Timely question Pam. Yes. Rain Date is the following day Sunday October 6th. But if it begins raining in the middle of our day and it wasn’t expected, and we don’t fit in the barn, we can move up the road to the old one room school house and continue with our good times!

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