Thu, Oct 14, 2021 - Nov 4, 2021
11:15am - 12:15am EDT
Our popular four session introduction to farm animals for two and three-year-old and a parent (or caregiver). We gently introduce children to our small farm animals one at a time. Using all their senses to explore the farm, parents and children will share their experiences and discoveries with each other. Masks are required as per DOH for ages 2 and up.
Due to Covid and class demands, please contact the office if you have any schedule conflicts or issues you may have. 631-689-8172
Rain or Shine
Masks are required for all (ages 2 and up)
Only ONE parent per registered child will be allowed in the class.
Other Things To Know
- Refunds: A ten percent fee will be deducted from all canceled sessions to cover administration costs. No refunds will be given to cancellations made less than one week in advance. There will be no makeups for days missed.
Reviews for Mommy + Me
5.0 out of 5
Based on 34 activity ratings
Nov 19, 2021
Miss Jess is so wonderful!! She loves what she does and it’s so obvious. The kids adore her.
More classes 😊
Oct 30, 2021
Miss Jess always leads a fun and informative class! We enjoy all the time we spend Down on the Farm :)
Oct 28, 2021
The hands on activities and enthusiastic staff. They remember all of the children’s names and are very kind.
Oct 27, 2021
Benner’s farm is amazing! We have been doing classes there since the spring and this was our fourth one! Our daughter is so confident feeding the animals and on the farm! We love the classes and Ms. Jess! Thank you Benners! <3
Nothing! We love it!
Oct 27, 2021
Age appropriate and low pressure
Benner's Farm Location
56 Gnarled Hollow Rd, Setauket- East Setauket, NY 11733
About Benner's Farm
Benners Farm is a private fifteen-acre family homestead, first farmed in the 1700s. Each year the farm provides thousands of people a sense of what it was like to live on a small farm in years past. We Benner’s are the seventh family to farm this land. We have been farming organically since the late nineteen seventies in our family garden and fields of strawberries, and also raise a variety of farm animals for self-sufficient living. Thousands of people come to visit and participate in the many workshops, festivals and special events during the year.