The Farm Wisconsin Discover Center is thrilled to be celebrating one year of educating individuals about Wisconsin agriculture—starting Sunday, July 21 and culminating on Farm Wisconsin’s one-year anniversary date Sunday, July 28.

Farm Wisconsin will be celebrating with an entire week of promotions, kicking off on Sunday, July 21—as that date happens to be National Ice Cream Sundae Day! See below for the full list of promotions and activities for each day.

  • Sunday, July 21 – Free Cedar Crest Ice Cream Sundae
    • Celebrate National Ice Cream Sundae Day properly—with a free ice cream sundae with paid admission—thanks to Cedar Crest Ice Cream!
  • Monday, July 22 – Kids get in free
    • Kids get in free with a paid adult! Limit two free kids’ admissions per paid adult.
  • Tuesday, July 23 through Thursday, July 25 – Half-Price admission with Salvation Army Food Pantry donation
    • Bring in canned meat, fruits, vegetables or other items from the Salvation Army’s most wanted items list and receive half off your daily admission. One or more food item required per person.
  • Friday, July 26 through Sunday, July 28 – Free Ice Cream with Admission
    • Celebrate Ice Cream Month and receive a FREE cup of ice cream after your Farm Wisconsin paid experience, compliments of the Manitowoc County Dairy Promotion Committee.
  • Saturday, July 27 – STEM Saturday
    • Participate in various ag STEM related activities—and receive a FREE cup of ice cream after your paid experience, compliments of the Manitowoc County Dairy Promotion Committee.
  • Sunday, July 28th – Kids get in free
    • Farm Wisconsin opened one year ago today and kids get in free with a paid adult! Limit two free kids’ admissions per paid adult—and everyone in your party receives a FREE cup of ice cream after your paid experience, compliments of the Manitowoc County Dairy Promotion Committee.

Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center:

The Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center (7001 Gass Lake Road, Manitowoc) is a state-of-the-art, interactive agricultural education center located in Manitowoc County. It provides guests with the opportunity to connect to the agriculture industry by better understanding where their food comes from, and why agriculture is so important to them. The center features 10,000 square feet of hands-on learning opportunities, a birthing barn where visitors may watch calves being born daily, and an opportunity to tour a local farm to learn about Wisconsin’s rich farm history. Open daily from 9:00am to 5:00pm seven days a week.

To learn more about Farm Wisconsin, please visit: www.FarmWisconsin.org

 

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