I’ve already written about Butrigo Farm, an idyllic ‘Educational Farm’ close to Pesaro, half way between the coast and the hinterland, where I spent unforgettable moments with my family and friends. I even had the opportunity of playing there with our amateur orchestra two years ago in a natural amphitheatre under olive trees at sunset: one of those days I felt thankful for being born in Italy!
Today I would like to tell you again about the great guys who run the farm, specialized in heliciculture (snails!) and olive cultivation since 2007, because the season of Spring laboratories for children has started again.
You may remember – you faithful readers! – that in June, last year, I took our daughter Costanza to a children’s laboratory organized by the farm on how to make finger puppets. We enjoyed so much Francesca’s hospitality (she offered us a genuine ‘country’ snack and had us taste a delicious strawberry jam made that very day!) as much as we enjoyed the passion that Elena shared with us while teaching children how to make finger puppets.
Saturday, May 23rd – ‘Nell’allegra fattoria’ (‘Old Macdonald had a farm’)
Thursday, June 11th – ‘La famiglia Gufetti’ (‘the Little Owls family’)
Saturday, June 13th – ‘The perfect farmer’ (in English)
Roncosambaccio di Fano (PU)
cell + 39 340 3460806