Lambs Farm celebrates 50 years of service

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This is a momentous year for Lambs Farm – we celebrate 50 years of service to men and women with developmental disabilities. What started out as a small pet shop on Chicago’s State Street has grown into a bustling campus outside Libertyville, Illinois, with vocational, residential and social/recreational activities. Our Co-Founders, Bob Terese and Corinne Owen, would be proud.

We have had many celebrations this year to commemorate our milestone anniversary, and we thank you for being a part of the fun. We held an event specifically for the Lambs Farm’s family members and special friends, a 60s Day with a feature performance by Beatles tribute band American English, and returned to the city of our roots – Chicago – for our Growing the Legacy Gala.

There is much more in store! For the first time in more than a decade, Lambs Farm is hosting a dinner theater. Our Participants will delight audiences with their performance of Annie, and the delicious meal prepared by the Country Inn Restaurant is sure to satisfy even the hungriest theater-goer. You can find more information here. Don’t forget about our annual events including the Barn Burner BBQ, Haunted Harvest and the Holiday Lights Gift & Craft Fair.

We hope you join us for our celebrations, or just to visit during this wonderfully exciting year!

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