By Tom Stacey
We got a chance to check out all of the Easter weekend activities at the Agriculture and Food Museum on Good Friday, and the girls had a blast!
The highlight of the visit was (of course) the baby animals. One calf had been born just that morning, and there were also sweet little lambs and piglets.
New this year is a rabbit agility demonstration (of course we always knew those bunnies were agile!!) This is presented by the Renfrew County 4-H Rabbit Club, and located under the covered pavilion outside.
Another favourite activity is the annual Easter Egg hunt, which is located in the horse and cattle barn's lobby. The girls got to take home three eggs each (although let's be honest - these were consumed long before that.)
The kitchen was doing a really cool demonstration on cocoa beans, and how we transform the bean into chocolate. Chocolate cake was served to all the kids!
For a full listing of all the activities, check out the farm's website for more information. Activities run until Monday April 17th.
Tomorrow is looking quite rainy, but the museum has many buildings where you can take cover with the family. And bonus, crowds are usually smaller on rainy days!!
Happy Easter Ottawa!