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What an awesome venue! Our large party had plenty of room to run around, be loud, pet and feed all kinds of animals, and enjoy a long hay ride! The covered pavillion was the perfect setting for "Cowgirl Ava's Country Store" aka our dessert table. Because it was hot I knew I didn't want to do anything chocolate or melty and I wanted to include something refreshing. So we made our set up like a little country store with small glassine bags of cherries, a peck basket full of apples, and another full of peaches. We also had watermelon slices on popsicle sticks, sugar cookies, buttered popcorn and caramelcorn, and salt water taffy. I had no idea how popular the fruit would be with the kids! There wasn't a single scrap left. We also used little wooden pint boxes (like you would see at a farmer's market) and had mini sandwiches and chips. Our watering hole had capri suns and lots of bottled water. We had a table set up to "Grab your gear" with cowboy hats, bandanas, and sheriff badges for all the kids. It was a great party!
The hay ride!
What People Ate
Mini sandwiches, chips, watermelon pops, cherries, apples, saltwater taffy, peaches, sugar cookies, buttered popcorn and caramelcorn
What People Drank
Water and Capri Sun
Cake of course!
Activities / Games
Petting Zoo, hay rides, eating, and making a craftfoam picture frame with horses, clouds, lasso.
Oriental trading was the main source! Horse suckers, horse and cowboy rubber duckies, cowboy colorbook and crayons, hard candies in the shape of horseshoes, horse bubbles, mini horse toys and figners puppets, candy, etc.