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Every year, we host an assortment of entertaining and unique events. From farm-to-table dinners, concerts with the Cincinnati Pops, to maple syrup hikes, and so much more, there is an event for every age and interest. Our events staff spends months carefully planning the details of each event to make sure your time at Greenacres is memorable. We hope you will join us soon.

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Upcoming Events

Patterns in Nature – Kindergarten – 2nd Grades

Patterns in Nature – Kindergarten – 2nd Grades

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Patterns in Nature; An exploration of lines, shapes, and color in repetition and decoration Come explore patterns in nature with us this fall! Using mixed media art materials like watercolors, compressed charcoal and graphite pencil, we will investigate and capture […]

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29 September 2021 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Patterns in Nature – 3rd – 6th Grades

Patterns in Nature – 3rd – 6th Grades

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Patterns in Nature; An exploration of lines, shapes, and color in repetition and decoration Come explore patterns in nature with us this fall! Using mixed media art materials like watercolors, compressed charcoal and graphite pencil, we will investigate and capture […]

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29 September 2021 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Adaptations in Nature – Kindergarten – 2nd Grades

Adaptations in Nature – Kindergarten – 2nd Grades

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Plants and animals have different adaptations, which are body parts and behaviors that increase their chances of survival within their environment. Explore the field and forest at Greenacres to look for some unique plant and animal adaptations. This morning program […]

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01 October 2021 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Adaptations in Nature – 3rd – 6th Grades

Adaptations in Nature – 3rd – 6th Grades

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Plants and animals have different adaptations, which are body parts and behaviors that increase their chances of survival within their environment. Explore the field and forest at Greenacres to look for some unique plant and animal adaptations. This morning program […]

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01 October 2021 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Natural Resources – Kindergarten – 2nd Grades

Natural Resources – Kindergarten – 2nd Grades

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Humans and other living things have always relied on nature for their everyday needs. Join us as we learn all about the nonliving natural resources at Greenacres and how living things interact with them to survive. This afternoon program is […]

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04 October 2021 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Natural Resources – 3rd – 6th Grades

Natural Resources – 3rd – 6th Grades

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Humans and other living things have always relied on nature for their everyday needs. Join us as we learn all about the nonliving natural resources at Greenacres and how living things interact with them to survive. This afternoon program is […]

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05 October 2021 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Calves are up and walking within an hour of their birth. It is vital for the calf to nurse in that first hour to receive colostrum, the first bit of milk produced by the cow that is rich in nutrients and antibodies to help protect the calf from diseases. The heifer-calf from this week’s video post is already busy exploring the pasture with her momma! ...

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Our livestock team was in for quite a treat to have the opportunity to witness one of our cows give birth to a healthy heifer-calf this week. 8 calves have arrived on the farm so far this season, and we’re expecting 5 more! Our team creates a low-stress environment for our animals, allowing them plenty of space to deliver and bond with their calves. Welcome, little one! ❤️ ...

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Our horses are enjoying this beautiful morning in their pastures. Have a great holiday weekend! ...

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The herd moving into fresh pastures this morning. Our cows always have access to fresh grass and beautiful pastures because of the effort and care our livestock team puts into implementing our rotational grazing plans. ...

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The bees are busy in the sweet corn rows! Did you know that corn is mostly pollinated by the wind? Pollen grains fall from the tassels at the top of the plant onto the silk strands emerging from the ears below…each strand of silk is actually a hollow tube connected to a single kernel of corn! Each strand must be contacted by a pollen grain in order to produce a full ear of corn. 🤯🌽 ...

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