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A children’s farm organizes an Easter egg hunt for people with disabilities

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The Circle Rocking S Children’s Farm at 5487 Tuttle Road in Free Soil will host an Easter egg hunt and special needs beanie contest at 1 p.m. on April 12.

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FREE SOL – Circle Rocking S Children’s Farm is planning an Easter Egg Hunt and Special Needs Beanie Contest this month.

The event is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday at the farm, located at 5487 Tuttle Road in Free Soil. It will take place inside the barn rain or shine. There will be over 3,000 eggs to find.

Sections of the barn will be reserved for blind participants and those in wheelchairs or walkers. Other areas will be reserved for the most flexible, according to information provided by the organizers.

New this year, after the egg hunt, participants can make Ukrainian Easter eggs with the help of Liz Stark. Participants should bring two hard-boiled eggs for this project. The rest of the material will be provided.


These events are free for people with disabilities of all ages. RSVP by April 8.

Circle Rocking S Children’s Farm, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, provides free animal touch therapy, music therapy, and recreation for children with disabilities of all ages.

For more information, call 231-462-3732 or email [email protected]