Kids, Crafts, and Critters

Making Time Events

Soap Making with Happy Goat

Special Summer Kid's Day 

April Petting Zoos

Coopersville Rocks!

Kids, Crafts, and Critters hosted last Saturday of every month at the Coopersville Farm Museum and Event Center
Welcome, Charity Doornbos, owner of Happy Goat!  Charity offers an optional add-on activity to each of our Kids, Crafts, and Critters events through August of 2018.  For only $5, kids (and adults) may make their own Melt & Pour Soap;  June 30-Watermelon, July 28-Shark Attack, August 25-Paint Soap-Dog Days of Summer.  Sign up for 10:30am, 11:00am, 11:30am, or noon.  email happygoatsoap@yahoo.com
Coopersville Farm Museum and Event Center provides stones for decorating along with some supplies.  Say "Coopersville Rocks!" when you come in to get complimentary admission too.  Look around the museum for decorated rocks/stones.  Find them, hide them elsewhere for someone else to find!  Have fun!

Kids, Crafts, and Critters is held the last Saturday of every month from 10am - 1pm.  Please check for updated schedules by calling 997-8555. 

 

It is a youth lead and youth run project giving young people the opportunity to learn and grow as leaders. 

 

Kids, Crafts, and Critters may offer visitors to experience interaction with small and baby farm animals (animals are NOT guaranteed to be at every event), learn new crafts, use old fashioned tools, create, play, and have fun!  

 

The youth volunteers will teach you something new every Kid's Day!  Fun for everyone!

Miss Coopersville Representatives, KOHL's Associates In Action, and youth from Coopersville United Methodist Church have been very helpful over the years, along with 4H groups, scouts, and members of our community. 


Volunteerism ~ Helping your community

Please contact  Lee Ann if you'd like to bring in your animal for one of our Kid's Days.  What a great way to do some fun community service while interacting with friends and meeting new ones! 


email events@coopersvillefarmmuseum.org or call (616) 997-8555. 

Tayla Modderman explains that calves explore by licking things!