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The Arrow absolutely loved the Little Hands on the Farm exhibit. It's a chance for young kids to experience life on the farm, with age-appropriate activities (like feeding the pigs, planting seeds and driving a tractor). They even earn a dollar for all their hard work, which they can use to buy treats (like a juice box) at the market.
Indiana Young Farmers Association Photos:
While the Little Hands on the Farm exhibit was a planned stop, ducking into the Indiana Young Farmers Assocation building definitely wasn't. And yet we nearly had to drag The Arrow away... he loved the playground, the magnetic fishing pond, the tractor he could sit on and pretend to drive. That's such a great aspect of the Indiana State Fair... you never know what you might find that will hold your attention!
Just a little sampling of our day at the Indiana State Fair! The Fair runs through August 17, so there's still plenty of time to visit.
Where to Go:
You'll find the Little Hands on the Farm exhibit in the Riley Fun Park on the northeast side of the Fairgrounds. It opens at 9 a.m. The Indiana Young Farmers Association building is just east of the Indiana DNR building (another good stop!), also on the northside of the Fairgrounds. Both are free with admission to the Fair.
This post is a part of Photo Friday at Delicious Baby.