Celebrate the mid-point of the winter
Meet Punxsutawney Tazzy
a full day before the "Official Ground Hog Day"
Meet Lucy, a Christmas calf born in January
Walk a Goat
Feed a Horse
Cook a Marshmallow on an open fire
Fun for the Whole Family on the Farm
$6 per adult suggested donation for Elsepeth's Place
Children are free
Groundhog Day History
Groundhog Day marks the midway point between the winter solstice and the vernal equinox. It is a derivative from the early Christian holiday of Candlemas Day. The holiday is commemorated when a famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, emerges from his burrow and looks for his shadow. The tradition goes that this day, is used to help determine how many weeks of winter might be left. It is observed every year on February 2nd and was established in 1887.