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2019  Special Events

June through September

Little Buckaroo Birthday Parties on the Farm


July

July 6th and 7th come enjoy all things Lavender on the Farm

October

School Field Trips - October 1 - October 31

Pumpkin Palooza - Saturday October 5

December

Letters To Santa - Begins Thursday December 5th

 

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July 2019

Lavender Harvest



Come into the farm market on Saturday July 6th, or Sunday July 7th, and
we will be giving away FREE lavender bundles with any purchase!


We will be offering many lavender treats inside the farm market
including local lavender honey, locally made honey lavender gelato,
lavender syrup, lavender bundles, culinary lavender buds,
lavender soda, and lavender soap.





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October 2019

Pumpkin Palooza
Saturday October 5th
10 am - 1 pm

Pumpkin Palooza
Click the image to download a full size pdf

We will be celebrating all things pumpkin during our 8th Annual

"Pumpkin Palooza"


$12 will buy a ticket to enter the Pumpkin Painting Corral. Inside the Corral you will be able to choose your choice of one pumpkin from the selection offered to be your very own masterpiece! We will have all of the supplies including paint, brushes, glue, hats, pompoms, ribbon, wiggle eyes and more! We will provide aprons for the kids to wear.

Free activities during Palooza hours will include a hay stack, farm animals, wooden train, tractor tire garden, strawbale ponies, our butterfly garden maze and more!

We take care of the mess - you take home memories!


 

Last year we had a suprise visit from Cinderella!

Cinderella

 

Pumpkin Painting

 







Halloween at the farm
2015 Halloween at the Farm Event

 

Halloween at the Farm
2015 Halloween at the Farm Event

A special thanks to the many churches in the past who hosted booths at our Halloween at the Farm event. Those churches included: Templeton First Presbyterian Church, Templeton Bethel Lutheran Hall, the Atascadero Bible Church, and the Atascadero Gospel Chapel.

 

 

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December 2019

We hopefully will have fresh cut Oregon Trees this year!
Christmas Trees at Jack Creek Farms

We hopefully will be once again able to offer fresh cut Oregon Christmas Trees to our farm visitors during the month of December. Check back for updates!

 

Christmas Trees at Jack Creek Farms

Letters to Santa
December 5th through Monday, Dec 23rd

Jack Creek Farms is so pleased to be chosen by Santa to be an official location for a North Pole Mailbox. Santa will send his elves regularly to pick up his official mail. We will be accepting your child's letter through Sunday, December 23rd. Bring your letter into the farmstand and we will give you a special "North Pole Express" stamp to send it on it's way!

Below are some ideas you can print to get you started!


Click the picture above for a printable .pdf


Click the picture above for a printable .pdf


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Celebrate Your Birthday on Our Farm!

Create a lasting memory with your child on their special day. Jack Creek Farms is pleased to offer the opportunity for your child to have their birthday celebration on a working farm.

Little Buckaroo

Little Buckaroo Birthday Party

Let us do the work, and you can enjoy the party! You will not need any additional decor - just bring a cake, plates and forks and you will be set!

Reserve one Picnic Table and one Cake/Gift Table for a party for up to
8 children - $80. Each additional table (seats 6 adults or 8 kids) is $20.

Party times: 10:30 - 12:00 and 1:30 - 3:00

Party reservations are available any Thursday through Monday. We do not book birthday parties during the month of October due to daily school field trips and special pumpkin season weekend activities. Additionally, be sure to check our calendar at the top of this page, as we do not host parties on Special Event Days.

A $20 non-refundable deposit is required for week days, a $40 non-refundable deposit for weekends to reserve your date. The deposit is applied to the total amount

due, payable in full before your party starts.

We provide:

  • Decorated Picnic Table(s) (red & white checkered table cloths with old west lanterns, bandanas & sunflowers)
  • Decorated Table for Gifts & your Decorated Cake
  • Happy Birthday Banner
  • Cowboy Hats and Bandanas (on loan*)

Picnic Area Jack Creek Farms



Activities:
  • Butterfly Garden Maze
  • Hay Bale Stack to climb on
  • Tractor Tire Garden
  • Saw Horse Ponies – this is a great photo op
  • Wooden Train Play Structure
  • Hay Bale Horses
  • Farm Animals to Visit

Picnic area at Jack Creek Farms

Dummy Steer Roping
Dummy Steer Roping

Hay Stack
Kid's Haystack

You are responsible to supply:

Birthday cake, cake plates, forks, napkins, cake server, balloons, party favors, goodie bags or additional table decorations if desired.

PLEASE - NO piñatas, confetti, glitter or painting activities!!!

Party duration is 1.5 hours.

*We have available at no charge straw cowboy hats and red bandanas for each party guest.  They must ALL be returned after the event.  If you believe your child might be disappointed to find these items are on loan and not a gift, we encourage you to supply your own. 

 Cowboy Boots

You may download and print a copy of a .pdf flyer detailing
Little Buckaroo Party information by clicking the image below.

Little Buckaroo Birthday Party

 

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Weddings & Events

Have you always thought is would be special to be married on a farm?

We are offering couples a chance to exchange their vows in a simple outdoor environment surrounded by fields of grain and growing crops.

The ceremony would take place in our upper grain fields next to our historic 1800s barn and stately oak trees. We can arrange to bring the bridal couple to the ceremony in one of our restored Model T's.

Model T Touring Cars

The reception could take place above in the field, or below near our farm store in our shaded picnic area.

Wedding theme ideas include:

  • Farm
  • Old West
  • Country
  • Garden
  • Nature

If you are interested please call the farm stand at 805.239-1915. The folks at Jack Creek Farms will be happy to set up an appointment for a free consultation and tour.

We are also available for other special events including:

  • Family Reunions
  • Anniversary Parties
  • Birthday Parties
  • Car Clubs
  • Class Reunions
  • Office Picnics
  • Church Picnics
  • Corporate Retreats
  • Club Meetings

Give us a call to discuss how we can work together to create the perfect event for you.

Vintage Car Club

Vintage Car Club

Vintage Model Ts

 

Pumpkin Season Field Trips

            Spookly

We are very excited to announce that we have been selected to be the exclusive regional site to host the nationally recognized "Spookley the Square Pumpkin" program. This adventure offers a great lesson with a message about accepting and appreciating the differences in all of us. Children will learn Spookley's story as they walk through the Spookley Storybook Trail. The story of Spookley promotes diversity and discourages bullying.

October is both National Bullying Prevention Month and National Farm to School Month. Our Storybook Trail is a great opportunity for educators to tie the field trip into a larger curriculum that focuses on bullying prevention and/or local foods and farming. Spookley is the “Official Spokes-Pumpkin” for National Bullying Prevention Month through a partnership with the National Bullying Prevention Center.

School Field Trip

Teacher Self Guided Field Trips - $8 per child
20 child minimum
morning time slot
10 child minimum afternoon time slot

Spookly Book Cover

Each field trip that is booked will receive one complimentary Spookley Classroom Storybook on the day of your farm visit! Additionally we will give each group a 12 page packet of reproducible coloring sheets and classroom materials.

Spookley

Cost is $8 per participating child.  Siblings in strollers or carried by adults may attend at no charge. Siblings that want to participate in the activities and choose a pumpkin will need to pay the $8 fee. There is no charge for teachers or chaperones.

Dates are booked on a first come first served basis. We offer morning, early afternoon, and late afternoon visits. Morning visits have a $160 or 20 child minimum. Early afternoon and late afternoon visits have an $80 or 10 child minimum. In addition on Wednesdays we offer combined small group visits if your group is smaller than 10 children.

All field trips will be self-guided. Teachers will check in and recieve a printed guide and map. Teachers will then take their group to visit with the farm animals, through the Fort Polliwog Maze, into the Tractor Tire Garden, and then they will lead their group through our Spookley Storybook Trail. (Large groups may want to break up into smaller groups and rotate through the activities.)

Following the Spookley Story Trail, teachers will help their students choose a pumpkin in the field trip pumpkin patch, and the tour will end at the wooden train and hay stack play area. There will be a group photo opportunity at that time.

This tour does not include a snack or a formal talk. Each tour lasts about 1 hour.

We ask that you have 1 chaperone on hand for each 5 children to ensure a safe visit for your group.

Groups are welcome to bring a snack. If you are having a snack please bring your own disinfectant hand gel and plan on taking any trash you generate home with you.

 

Dates and Times

October pre-school and school age children field trips are offered on weekdays throughout October.  Morning tours begin at 9:15 a.m., early afternoon tours begin at 12:15 p.m. We can also book late afternoon tours at 3:15 p.m. 

Click the calender below to view available dates

Field Trip Calendar

Click the image below to view a .pdf Teacher's / Leader's Guide

Field Trip Guide Page 1

Field Trip Guide Page 2

Click the photo below for the "Day Of" Self Guided Leader's Guide

Field Trip Guide

 

Details & Specifics:

We request a minimum of 20 paying guests ($160)per self-guided morning (9:15 a.m.) tour, and 10 paying guests ($80) for early afternoon and late afternoon self-guided tours. Wednesdays are set aside for small group visits. If your group is smaller than 10 guests, we will combine your visit with another similar sized group. Please call the farm market for more details.

We ask that money be collected beforehand and be presented at the time your group arrives to give your group maximum tour time. If your school requires a purchase order please plan ahead.

We ask that your group arrive on time as a courtesy to other guests that may be coming later in the day.

Groups are welcome to bring a snack. If you are having a snack please bring your own disinfectant hand gel and plan on taking any trash you generate home with you.

We suggest that children wear long pants and closed toe shoes.  (Seating is on hay bales and pumpkin plants can be prickly!)

We have portable restroom facilities, a hand wash area and picnic tables on site.

We are located directly off of Highway 46 West for convenient access.  We have a large parking area that can easily accommodate school buses.

Please note:  As the tour is outdoors, we are fully exposed to weather.  Significant rain will necessitate canceling and rescheduling your tour.  Please give us at least 48 hours notice if you need to cancel your tour for reasons other than weather.

Please call 239-1915 if you would like to schedule a 2019 Field Trip for your group.  We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.  
 
         Wooden Train

We feel honored to have the opportunity to share our way of life with your students and families. Small family farms are fast disappearing in today’s global marketplace.  We are striving to educate young people about the value of wholesome fresh foods, and the many benefits agriculture brings to our community.

Hay Stack

 

Visiting the Farm Animals

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Current Harvest
Our next harvest will be:
  

December

Eggs
Honey
Dried Gourds
Winter Squash
Culinary Pumpkins


Scarecrow

  Coming Soon

Next Summer watch for:

Blackberries
Peaches
Plums
Heirloom Tomatoes
Sweet Onions
Summer Squash
Cucumbers
Bell Peppers

Click here to see our
Harvest Calendar.

 

 


  


Fresh Eggs

Cage Free Brown Eggs
We are so pleased to offer local cage free hen eggs from two local flocks. Both flocks are CA SEFS Compliant. Call ahead and we will hold a dozen for you!

Totally Awesome Honey
We have several new varieties of honey in stock including a near water white colored sweet clover, and a dark wildflower honey that tastes like wild honey gathered from wild beehives.

Totally Awesome Honey

 

 

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