Kirkpatrick Family Farm offers a chance to experience country life

Kirkpatrick Family Farms hosts numerous community events throughout the year by opening its doors to groups like the Yukon Historical Preservation Society, the city of Yukon Parks and Recreation Department, the Boy and Girl Scouts and 4-H.

BY DAVID WOLFGANG Modified: August 12, 2010 at 3:07 pm •  Published: August 4, 2010
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photo - Paul Shell plays bagpipes for the Pipes and Drums of the Highlanders of Oklahoma City at the Iron Thistle Scottish Heritage Festival and Highland Games at the Kirkpatrick Family Farm in Yukon in 2009. Photo by Doug Hoke, Oklahoman Archive
Paul Shell plays bagpipes for the Pipes and Drums of the Highlanders of Oklahoma City at the Iron Thistle Scottish Heritage Festival and Highland Games at the Kirkpatrick Family Farm in Yukon in 2009. Photo by Doug Hoke, Oklahoman Archive
YUKON — For some children in Yukon, the Kirkpatrick Family Farm is more than just a historical site or fun place for families to enjoy a summer day — it can be a full-time job.
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