EUGENE, Ore. — The Good Earth Home, Garden and Living Show is wrapping up it’s final day and several people are finding this season event is fun for the whole family.
While adults were looking for ideas to improve their homes, kids are also finding ways to stay occupied.
Pura Vida Alpacas was a popular destination for children because they were able to feed and pet the animals. Owner, Robbin Freedman, says the home show isn’t just to entertain adults and kids agree.
“The Home Show is for everybody. We’re very lucky. Every year, they put us back by the books. There are lots of books for children. The kids come and they get to feed pellets,” said Freedman.
“I always come here every year. It’s always fun. I get to be with my family and check stuff out. Really cool stuff,” said Xavier Baeuchamp, a Springfield resident.
Freedman says their stand is a popular destination for kids every year.