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Gentry’s Farm Family Fun Day

Sunday Oct 2, 2016 at 1:00pm

Gentry’s Farm  has become a family tradition for many families in the Middle Tennessee area and we would love for you to join the fun with Autism Tennessee.  Gentry’s Farm is most known for their activity area that has a wide range of farm fun activities- all included in the ticket price. Tickets do not include a pumpkin. You must be a member of Autism Tennessee to participate in this event.  (A Family Membership is just $10/year and allows access to all our family fun events).

Details: 

Sunday, October 2nd
1:00-3:00 pm

Autism Tennessee is very excited to announce our Family Fun Event in partnership with the Gentry Farms!  We have been invited to join Gentry’s Farm for their opening weekend. For more information about Gentry Farms: http://www.gentryfarm.com/fall/

When?

  • Sunday, Oct 2nd, 2016, 1:00-3:00 pm
  • Register below by Wednesday, September 28 @ 12:00.

Where?

  • Gentry’s Farm, 1974 New Highway Ninety Six West, Franklin, TN 37064
  • 615-794-4368 (call for directions and weather information)

How Much?

  • Admission is $7/ person
  • Parking is FREE
  • Under 2 & Over 65 are FREE
  • Snacks and drinks available for purchase at the concession stand

All tickets must be purchased through Autism Tennessee. Prepaid Reservations are Required by Wednesday September 28 @ 12:00 

  • Price: $7.00 Quantity:
  • Price: $0.00 Quantity:
  • $0.00
    Please pay on the next page using either PayPal or your credit card (to pay with card, click "Pay with a debit or credit card, or PayPal Credit"). If you would rather pay over the phone, please call our office at (615) 385-2077, ext. 3 as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

Contact Us

P: (615) 385-2077
F: (615) 383-1176
T: (866) 508-4987
955 Woodland Street
Nashville, TN 37206
Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
(Open Late Tuesday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Additional hours available by appointment.

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