To help people get out and enjoy some brisk fresh air and the benefits of time outdoors, Quinn Farm is opening up its fields and play yard for families to enjoy, free of charge.
From now until mid-May, the farm will be open to visitors Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can visit the animals in the barn, play in the yard, and take a walk anywhere on the farm. While there, you can stock up on fresh baked goods (the muffins are delicious) meats, dairy products, and a range of grocery items; or check out their online store where they carry non-essential items and their new Quinn Farm meal kits.
While there’s no cost to visit, the owners ask that people consider making a donation to The Crisis and Suicide Prevention Centre Le Tournant (containers are available inside the farm shop).
Spring break hours: The farm and its 4 kilometres of cleared trails, the play yard and barn are open free of charge for the week of spring break from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Book a private bonfire for two hours, and for $9.95 you can even purchase warm taffy and snow packed in containers to enjoy at home or while you walk.
Reservations are only necessary if you are booking a bonfire, but please respect safety measures by staying two metres from others, wearing a mask inside the barn and farm shop. Due to food safety regulations, dogs are not allowed.
For more information, visit quinnfarm.qc.ca