The Southern California Pignic is now sold out. Please be sure to check our events page for other opportunities to experience #FarmSanctuaryLife!
On September 9, join Farm Sanctuary for a one-of-a-kind Pignic surrounded by rescued farm animals! Animal lovers of all ages are invited to attend this very special celebration, featuring a festive plant-based picnic, activities, face-painting, and an unforgettable opportunity to connect with farm animals who are now free to live out their days in peace at Farm Sanctuary’s Southern California Shelter in Acton, CA .
- Visiting time with our rescued farm animal residents – rub a grateful pig’s belly, snuggle with a sheep, commune with a cow, pet a happy turkey, and more!
- A plant-based picnic lunch featuring delicious, animal-friendly versions of favorite barbecue foods.
- Experience creativity in the courtyard – have your caricature drawn by “The Simpsons” character designer Dale Hendrickson; get your face painted like your favorite farm animal; and enjoy a variety of farm-animal-themed crafts!
- Learn fascinating details about farm animals in a presentation by Shelter Manager Jessica Due.
Tickets are $30 for attendees 13 or older, $15 for children 4-12, and free for children 3 and under.
Sunday, September 9
12 – 2 p.m.
12 – 2 p.m.
Plant-Based Picnic Lunch*
12 – 3 p.m.
Activities in the Courtyard
1:15 – 1:30 p.m.
Farm Animal Presentation by Shelter Manager Jessica Due
1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Sanctuary Time with Rescued Farm Animals
Gift Shop Closes and Event Concludes
*Allergy statement: Menu items may contain or come into contact with wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, or other allergens. We cannot guarantee the food served at the event will be free of allergens. For more information, please contact Breezy Rondilone.
Jessica Due serves as Shelter Manager of Farm Sanctuary in Acton, CA. Jessica is in her third year as a Farm Sanctuary employee, though she was a volunteer for several years prior to officially joining the animal caregiving team. A former Director of Animal Care with another farm animal sanctuary, lifelong vegetarian, and nearly decade-strong vegan, Jessica has always tried to be on the right side of history and fight against injustices to all species. In her free time, she enjoys gardening (using permaculture techniques), hiking, camping, painting, and playing music.
All volunteer spots are now full. Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Farm Sanctuary.