June 4, 2012
2nd annual Capital City Chicken Coop Tour set for July 21st
by Nate Rafn
This year's Capital City Chicken Coop Tour has been scheduled for Saturday, July 21st. The self-guided tour will feature 10 backyard coops, all located within a ten mile radius in Salem. A variety of coop styles and chicken breeds will be on display. Tickets can be purchased in advance at Old Mill Feed & Garden, Copper Creek Mercantile, Pet Etc, Champion Feed, and 13th St. Nursery. For more information, visit the link below.
Capital City Chicken Coop Tour
Saturday, July 21st
Tickets: $8 per vehicle
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