PUMPKIN FESTIVAL LAUNCHES WITH OLD-TIME FAMILY FUN
Free Pumpkins to First 300 Children with Special Needs
October 23 – Pasadena – Local families can celebrate the incoming of fall with a trip to Danny’s Farm Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, October 23, 1-4 p.m. to enjoy old-time farm activities for children of all ages.
The day will provide families with entrance into a very unique petting zoo designed for children affected with autism and special needs. While Danny’s Farm was founded to be a special place for special children, it is open to children with or without disabilities. Pony rides and other activities are planned for families and children of all ages. For the first 300 guests, a free pumpkin will be given to children with special needs. Former LA Dodger pitcher and Danny’s Farm founder, Jim Gott, will be present to meet families.
Located in a rustic barn in Altadena Stables, is wheelchair friendly. Members of our staff are fluent in American Sign Language, and we welcome persons with or without disabilities to enjoy Danny’s Farm. Danny’s Farm is located at 3064 1/2 Ridgeview Drive in Altadena.
Danny’s Farm was created to provide meaningful employment and volunteer opportunities for adults and teenagers with disabilities. Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in Altadena, California, Danny’s Farm is a safe, nurturing environment that promotes independence and provides vocational training. Skilled job coaches work alongside our employees, supervising our special needs staff, while promoting self-reliance.
For more information, visit dannysfarm.com or call (626) 797-FARM.