Tours still available for Baby Barnyard
Posted on 10/8/2018 7:50:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Your daycare or specialty group are invited to get up close and personal with several featured animals at this year's Guadalupe County Fair Baby Barnyard. Barnyard tours are still available for those wishing to visit the various exhibits being presented by the Guadalupe County Fair Association.

Ready to schedule your group is Barnyard Committee Chair Gail Damerau. Damerau says the fair association welcomes all interested groups.

"Our barnyard school tours are held on Wednesday and Thursday prior to the fair and we have a lot of the Seguin ISD groups coming on Wednesday so I'm looking for some daycares and assisted living groups or any special needs group or a homeschool group that would want to come on Thursday," said Damerau.

Damerau says the barnyard facilities welcome any size groups and are handicap accessible. She says the exhibits not only serve as creative learning spaces but they offer plenty of pre-fair excitement.

"The Texas Farm Bureau will be there with your Ag in the Classroom Exhibit. We will also have a horse demonstration out in our rodeo arena where we will have the digestive system painted on our horse and we have our commercial barnyard coming where it has all the live animals for the kids to interact with and then we'll also have baby chicks and then we will also be doing a presentation with tractors and also a quilt square presentation on fabric and quilting on our dance slab for our school tours also and we take any size group," said Damerau.

Those wishing to sign up their groups are asked to contact Damerau at 830-914-3735. They can also email her at gdamerau@gmail.com.

The Guadalupe County Fair begins Thursday and runs through Sunday at the Guadalupe County Fairgrounds.
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