September 14, 10am–4pmWhere
Sycamore Conservation Education Demonstration Farm 3225 N. Lutheran Church Road, Trotwood, Ohio 45426
Join the Montgomery Soil & Water Conservation District at Fall Fest to make fun memories of a beautiful day spent in the crisp fall air, eating delicious food, enjoying a hayride, and hearing The Peterson Farm Brothers. Greg and Kendall Peterson perform at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The FREE family friendly activities are still a main focus of the festival, including pony rides, hayrides, kid’s games, activities, sheep shearing, displays, farm animals, and antique farm equipment! Kids can be entered for a free raffle just by visiting the activities and games!.Enjoy country and conservation themed crafts, games and demonstrations. Learn about historic and modern agriculture. Delight in the tall tales told by the ‘Memory of Johnny Appleseed,’ local naturalist Douglas Horvath.
Shop for handcrafted jams, breads and soaps or delight in some delicious homegrown produce, and visit the Good Golly Miss Molly’s, Montgomery County Cattlemen’s, or the Young’s Jersey Dairy Food Trucks for tasty meal options!
Eligible Montgomery County residents and landowners are encouraged to vote for the Montgomery Soil & Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors during the event. Voting takes place from noon to 4 p.m.
There is an alternate location, Brubaker Grain in Brookville, if the weather becomes a concern. To see the latest about the festival, for updates, or to check on the potential of the festival moving to the rain location, check the SWCD website or call 937-854-7645.