Birthday Parties

Farm Birthday Party (best for ages 3-10)
Gardening (harvesting veggies & fruits, weeding, digging for worms, whatever is available)
Feeding Chickens & Collecting Eggs
Horse Grooming & Party Kids help lead a Horse Ride
Price: $180.00 for the first 10 children; $15.00 for each additional child.Times offered Saturday or Sunday10:00–12:00 pm
12:30-2:30 pm
3:00– 5:00 pmClick on any picture to view gallery
Horse Lesson Party (best for ages 7-12)
Have a group lesson
Price: $250 for up to 8 children
additional riders $35.00 per person
Times offered Saturday or Sunday10:00–12:00 pm
12:30-2:30 pm
3:00– 5:00 pm
Trail Ride (best for ages 8 and up)
Have a group lesson, or take a trail ride
Price: $250 for up to 6 riders (one must be an adult)
Times offered Saturday or Sunday10:00–12:00 pm
12:30-2:30 pm
3:00– 5:00 pmFAQ

Q: Does Spence’s Farm provide food?
A: While we do not provide food or drink we do have a refrigerator and stove/oven for use.

Q: How do I book a Birthday Party?
A: Call the Office at 919.968.8581 and we’ll check your date. After your date is confirmed sign on HERE.

Q: Can Spence’s Farm provide a photographer to take pictures/video of my party?
A: Yes! A we have a professional photographer on site who utilizes a hi-tech Unmanned Aerial System (Drone) to take high resolution photos and 4k videos. Ask about packages when you book.

Q: What if there’s bad weather?
A: The Farm works in all weather conditions. We have an indoor rink for horse rides and areas for gift exchange. food, etc. We encourage you and your guests to dress for the elements.The animals are weatherproof and so are you!

Q: What if I have to cancel?
A: While Your $50 deposit is non-refundable. We encourage you to re-schedule your date at no additional fee.

Q: Does Spence’s Farm provide food?
A: While we do not provide food or drink we do have a refrigerator and stove/oven for use.

 

Q: What should I expect to do at the Birthday Party?

A: We start our parties with a brief talk about “what is a family farm?” and “what can kids do on a farm?”.  After that we head into the garden where we talk about the plants, and feeding your body good food, we will pick both people food (if in season) and animal food (weeding).  Then we will take the animal food to the chickens.  At the chicken coop we will teach about the chickens and how they help us and how we help them.  The children will learn how to feed a chicken out of their hands, and if there are any eggs to be collected, they can give it a shot!  Then we will go to the horse barn, where we will teach about the horses, the children will get a chance to groom the horses and every child will get to ride a horse or pony!

Our portion of the party is roughly an hour and a half, leaving you 30 minutes to enjoy cake, presents, games.  You are more than welcome to stay on the farm with your group, though you will need to remove your party from the covered pavilion for the next party.