Do you need help with transportation for any of our week-long programs this summer? We have a bus to transport 20 students only. Transportation is on a ‘first come-first served’ basis.
All six Summer Program sessions, Jr. Vet. Ruminant Program, Jr. Vet. Equine Program and Horses of the World Program run from 8:30-2:50 Mon.-Thur. The bus times are 7:50 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Join us out at the farm at 8:30 Monday mornings for the beginning of all of our week-long programs this summer! Click Here for directions.
On Fridays throughout the summer:
Students will share their oral presentations that they have prepared all week. All friends and family are invited. (Please, no pets allowed.) Please bring a potluck item to share; anything is fine.
For the six weeks of the Summer Programs, presentations are from 2:00 sharp to 3:30.
For Jr. Vet. Ruminant Program, Jr. Vet. Equine Program and Horses of the World Program, on Fridays, presentations are from noon straight up to 1:30.
The Bus for Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. (OMF) parking is now at Concorde Career College, 1425 NE Irving St, Portland OR 97232. You can enter on NE 15th/Irving or NE 16th/Irving where it is paved. Head north under the building and then turn right. Head east to the back of the property away from all of those buildings. Look for our bus and the really, really, big, old Crimson tree. Concorde Career College has kindly offered this drop off/pick up space to us but please be respectful and do not linger there because we do not want to take up their student parking. They have asked us to drive slowly and watch out for the young people “racing in there” that are late for classes. Please drive super slowly and be careful as it is tight and there are many pedestrians. PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE DOWN THE GRAVEL ROAD AT CONCORDE COLLEGE. There is no access for parents on the gravel road even though our OMF bus will drive on it. If parents drive on the gravel road, we may lose this parking privilege at Concorde. (The bus is too tall to fit under the buildings.)
Thank you to the kind folks at Concorde Career College for this!