| Military Family Day
October 13, 2018
10% off your entire purchase
Buy 4 packages and get the 5th package free
(must show card & be present to participate)
Thank you for your service! God Bless You!
As always, visits to the farm are donation based; no parking fee or admission fee.
Suggested donation is $5 per person.
Donation Based Activities Include:
Also, bring a head - eg. pillowcase, milk jug, tin can(or purchase a pumpkin for a head)
- Indoor Option - table top size; all items provided
|Family Friendly. Fun for all ages!
No Fear (Scare) Here - This is a peaceful farm.
Sorry . . . No Dogs or Pets Allowed
(per farm animal regulations)
|Pumpkin Patch - Hay Maze - Scarecrow Making - Hay Rides - Farm Animal Petting Barn - Agriculture
|Family Friendly: nothing scary
and plenty of fun
for all ages!
|Many activities held indoors
Fun rain or shine
12,000 square foot tour barn
|Explore 12,000 square feet of indoor activities
acres of outdoor activities! Hay maze & pumpkin patch are
grass fields & rarely have mud at all!
How long does it take when I visit the Pumpkin Patch?
Enjoy spending the afternoon. Plan on spending at least 1 -
2 hours to enjoy all that is offered.
In a hurry & just need pumpkins? No Problem!! Complete
your transaction in the patch with state of the art software or
take them thru the drive thru window!
Our educational tours meet
requirements for school
Here is a link to great
Educational Info for October:
AG IN THE CLASSROOM
|We take all of the
and SNAP EBT
The following seasonal items
available for purchase:
Pumpkins - all shapes &
Made in Oklahoma
The earth is the Lord's
& everything in it!
Shepherd's Shop is a quaint & unique
country gift store
decoration. God has blessed us with these wonderful vegetables, that keep well in winter time and provide important nutrition.
The pilgrims and early settlers of America were grateful to have pumpkins to eat, as other vegetables did not store well. Pumpkins
were a dietary mainstay...and were part of the Thanksgiving tradition from the start!
Join us in rejoicing in the bounty of His blessings!
Look for our pumpkin recipes when you come to the patch this year. There are many uses for this wonderful vegetable, and we
sell all kinds for both decoration and for making delicious foods such as pies, breads, soups...even snacks!
The Pumpkin Festival is a fun & educational experience.
Wednesday September 26, 2018
Come on out to the farm for a fun day with fellow
On this special day any homeschool family may pay
for a maximum of 5 members, and the remainder of
the family receive the same package, free of charge.
Simply stop by the front desk to purchase your
Nothing like a day with other Homeschoolers!
|September 25 - November 3, 2018
Extended Hours! Tuesday through Saturday 9:00 am - 6:30 pm
for all Visitors, Families or Pre-scheduled Groups
As always . . . . admission is donation based
Closed Sundays Monday by appointment only - except Monday October 29 we will be open for all visitors
Families, Buses & Schools Welcome
|Celebrate the Feast of
the Harvest with the
firstfruits of the crops.
Tuesday thru Saturday
Tours available Th, Fri & Sat
or other days by
Extended Hours & Days
for Special Events
Sundays & Mondays
New Year's week &
Groups of 20 or more please
pre-schedule when visiting the farm
Book early -
the Pumpkin Patch fills up quickly
Packages are available for drop by visitors or
To schedule a group - simply call or email
Groups are not
confirmed until we send an e-mail
email@example.com or 918-342-5911
|More than a pumpkin patch!!
|Do you want a pumpkin or a
memory maker? Our pumpkins
come with lasting memories.
16792 East 450 Road,
Claremore, OK 74017-0935
Hwy 66 & then 2.5 miles East on Akin Road
(EW 45 Road or EW 450 Road)
Contact us by e-mail: SheepFarm@ShepherdsCross.com
(copy & paste address; this is not a link)
|Foster Family Day
Saturday September 29, 2018
Sponsored by Oklahoma Fosters
Oklahoma Fosters Families, show your card at
the desk & buy one get one free Package # 2
Thank you for loving Oklahoma's children!
Click here for link to OK Fosters
|Educational Farm Wagon Ride in
Historically, October 31st began as a Christian
On that same night, October 31st, these prayer
warriors would place a candle in their window to notify
people in need, that they could come to receive free
clothing and food.
The following day, November 1st (All Saints Day)
those dedicated Christian laborers would go out and
actively share the Good News of their Christian faith.
Throughout history, and throughout the world,
Christians have had slight variations on this theme,
however one thing remains constant in those historic
tales - that is the gathering of Christian believers in
prayer and in service to others.
May our porch lights, this holiday season, shine
brightly as a beacon of hope for all. If you are in
need, be it for clothes, food, or a night of prayer, you
This positive tradition can be followed any time of the
year. What a positive reminder of our history and
Pray together and labor the fields together.
The field is ripe for the harvest.
May our celebrations be such a witness to the
resurrection of Christ!
For more information about this special Christian
celebration throughout history, here is a link to
Click Here for More Info on All Saints Eve
Saturday November 3, 2018
Bring your "Grand" & get
buy one get one free
packages all day long!!
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