The Bayer Museum of Agriculture is proud to announce it will host its second annual Farm Charm Kids Christmas event Sunday, December 11, at the Bayer Museum of Agriculture.
The event begins at 3:00 p.m. and will feature a number of activities for children and their families. There will be activity stations where children can make their own ornament to take home, as well as make one for a child at Ronald McDonald House. There will be a coloring station where children can decorate a coloring page to take home.
Along with interactive activities, children can ride a tractor-pulled trailer to tour the museum grounds and stop off for hot chocolate in the historic Ropesville Resettlement Project house. Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be at the event for photos and visits with children.
Admission to the event is free. Photos with Santa Claus are $15 and will be printed on site. Donations are greatly appreciated. The Bayer Museum of Agriculture is proud to partner with Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Southwest for this event. Proceeds will benefit the Bayer Museum of Agriculture, as well as Ronald McDonald House of the Southwest in memory of Garett and Avery Contreras.
For more information on the event, contact the Bayer Museum of Agriculture at 806-744-3786.
The Bayer Museum of Agriculture is a non-profit, donor funded organization. The museum works to preserve the history of agriculture heritage, and tell the stories of American farming.
(News release from the Baylor Museum of Agriculture)