What is AntFarm?

AntFarm became a non-profit organization in 1997 with a dedication to help youth and families develop health, happiness, and a deeper sense of hope through meaningful, purposeful and enjoyable life activities. For over 16 years we have supported youth in being stronger individuals whom are civic minded. We believe to strengthen the character and integrity of youth will support our community. Our programs have evolved from need and have now proven successful. We have indoor classrooms and outdoor classrooms of experience. Homework, hiking, artistry, baking bread, building trails, gardening… these are a few of the activities we do.

AntFarm is built on community collaboration with no barriers. We work together to help in whatever way we can. It has been an amazing experience to witness young and old work together to help each other. Whether it is through CommunityConnect and helping senior citizens or growing food in the garden and distributing tons of food to those in need, AntFarm is consistent in helping with a smile and respecting all.

Our programs have evolved from hard work and with community support to make positive impact to our youth, families and community. There is no single factor that creates success at AntFarm; rather it is everyone working together to accomplish our goals. We continue to be thankful for the hundreds of hours of volunteer support, the amazing depth in the developing relationships, and the selfless service in helping others.

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ANTFARM OUTDOOR ADVENTURE LEARNING LABS
Tonight~ 4 to 5 PM and 6:30 to 7:30 at the AntFarm :) FREE!!

Come learn about Mount Hood History – Geologic background, Oregon/Barlow Trail, early pioneers and explorers!

In the coming months the Outdoor Adventure program has scheduled hikes to visit some of the places that we will learn about today!
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Gary HunterI never got home until 7 tonight. Sorry2 days ago

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Hi friends! We're busy in the kitchen getting ready for our fundraiser dinner tomorrow, Friday evening. If you haven't bought your ticket yet, there are only a few left.
Due to the dinner, our kitchen will be closed tomorrow. Cafe will still be open regular hours with all our coffee drinks available, along with a select number of baked items.

See you at the dinner!!
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Lisa Foster-AlbertusWas suppose to be out of town but plans cancelled. Do you have a couple tickets left? how much?2 days ago

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Don't forget, tomorrow is the AntFarm Outdoor Adventure hike to Multnomah Falls.

When: Saturday, April 11th, 2015
What & Where: Hike to Multnomah Falls
Time: Meet @ AntFarm 9:00am. Will be finished by 2:00pm

This hike is on paved trail, but with some steep places. Please bring warm clothes and boots, rain jacket, plenty of water, snacks, and lunch. And bring your friends!!

If it's raining lightly, we will go ahead and hike. If it's pouring, we have a fun alternative adventure planned!

Note: If you haven't filled out a welcome packet yet, please come by 10/15 min's early
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