Seed Song Farm in Kingston celebrates Fall Farm Fun

Fast friends Claire Ewing, age 7 of upstate NY, and Ellie Navarro-McKay, age 6 of High Falls, in the Hay House. (Photos by Phyllis McCabe)

Seed Song Farm hosted their Fall Farm Fun this past weekend with the opening of their Tin Horn Rebellion Fright Trail.  There were u-pick pumpkins, live music, hayrides, an alternative corn maze, scavenger hunts, farm animal visits, haybale scramble and farm-fresh food and refreshments. Next weekend will be the final Fall Farm Fun event for the year.  To make reservations, go to www.seedsongfarm.org.

L – R: Cousins Remy Donald, age 19 months of Kingston, Aryssa Ortiz, age 9 of Saugerties, and her brother Myles, age 4.

Aryssa Ortiz, age 9 of Saugerties, and her brother, Myles, age 4, having fun in the Hay House.

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Hailey, one year old of Staten Island, is a flower indeed!

Creek Iversen, owner of Seed Song Farm, teaches a new Halloween song to the children.

Getting ready to go on a hayride.

A character on the Fright Trail.

Hannah, a 5 year old Jindo, was in the mood to dress up with the help of her owner, Emily Davis of Brooklyn. Hannah is a rescue from a dog meat market in Korea.