Public Programs

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All programs are limited space and require registration. Once you register, meeting location will be provided.

Program details, questions, and registration contact Rebecca Blacketter, environmental educator, at

Thursday, December 1   6:00pm
Winter Wreaths
It is that time of year, to craft a door hung evergreen wreath! Join us in creating your own wreath to take home. All supplies needed will be provided to complete your wreath. If you have your own decorations feel free to bring them! This is an indoor program.
All ages; $25 craft fee

Wednesday, December 7   4:30pm
Full Moon Hike & Campfire
Come experience a hike under the full moon. This nearly two mile hike will be led by park ranger Dave. See some nocturnal animals and experience the starry sky. Wear sturdy shoes for hiking. Then visit the Stony Creek Anglers to enjoy a campfire. Bring your own s'mores supplies! Wear good walking shoes.
All ages; Free

Friday, December 9 & Saturday, December 17    11:00am to 12:30pm
Trout in the Classroom
Have you ever wanted to learn about the life cycle of a Rainbow Trout? Join us to observe the life cycle, learn about water quality and more! This program will take place from December until May. This month we will be preparing the tank for eggs that will be arriving in January! In May, once the trout are old enough, we will release them into Kepner Creek! Sign up for one or both days! This is an indoor program.    

Norristown Farm Park’s participation in the Trout in the Classroom program was made possible through a partnership between the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) and the Pennsylvania Council of Trout Unlimited (PATU).
All ages; Free

Saturday, December 10 and December 17  11:00am to 1:00pm
Fishing Meet-up with PA Fish and Boat
PA Fish and Boat are offering a couple fishing meet-ups at the Farm Park! These events are social gatherings for anyone interested in learning more about the basics of fishing. This informal event is perfect opportunity to socialize, learn, and share fishing experiences with other anglers. Equipment and bait is provided; participants may also bring their own tackle. Those under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. No registration required, come to the pavilions in parking lot #3.
All ages; Free

Thursday, December 15   11:00am
Wildlife Tree
Join us to decorate our Wildlife Christmas Tree! Learn about the good qualities of having a real Christmas tree and how we can help wildlife. Then create edible ornaments for our local wildlife, including bird seed pine cones, cranberry garland & more. Once our decorations are made we will decorate the tree! The following days, visit our page to see what stopped by for a snack. This will be an indoor/outdoor event, dress for the weather. *No peanut butter will be used, Crisco will be our binding agent*
All ages; Free

Tuesday, December 13    9:00am 
Morning Bird Walk
Join park staff for a morning bird walk. Come observe some amazing birds that are only stopping by. Bring binoculars if you have them. Wear sturdy shoes for hiking
All ages; Free 

Interested in a private program? We have done programs for homeschool, field trips, scouts, and more!  If you have a private group and are interested in scheduling a program for just your group, reach out the Rebecca at .

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