Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Billings Farm & Museum’s baby farm animal celebration held April 10-11

Saturday and Sunday, April 10-11—WOODSTOCK—Billings Farm & Museum will host its annual Baby Farm Animal Celebration, Saturday and Sunday, April 10 and 11 from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. The farm’s most popular event offers visitors the opportunity to get up close with the farm’s baby animals, plant an heirloom seed, participate in fun craft activities and more.

Meet the farm’s newest additions! Stroll through the Show Barn and visit with cute calves, lambs, bunnies, piglets, chicks, and frisky kid goats. Start your garden! Get your hands dirty by planting an heirloom seed to take home. Create a spoon critter – take home a kit to make an adorable animal plant marker. Step back in time with a tour of the Vermont Farm Life Exhibit. In the learning kitchen, sample Billings Farm’s award-winning Cheddar cheeses. The dairy bar is open and serves Vermont ice cream.

Due to limited site capacity, Billings Farm & Museum strongly recommends that visitors reserve their entry time for Baby Farm Animal Celebration. Find the reservation link and more information on 2021 Special Events at billingsfarm.org/special-events.

Can’t join us in person? Meet the farm babies in the Virtual Baby Farm Animal Celebration on Friday, April 9 at 12 p.m. This 30-minute program will be live via Zoom. The fee is $5. Register at billingsfarm.org to receive the Zoom link.

A special Baby Farm Animal Celebration preview for members will take place on April 8 at 4 p.m. Members should contact [email protected] to reserve their spot.

Billings Farm & Museum enforces safety standards in compliance with Vermont state guidelines. We take the safety of our staff, animals, and our guests seriously. Each person must answer health screening questions including if they have quarantined according to Vermont guidelines. Contact tracing information and temperatures are taken for each visitor. Face coverings must be worn by all guests over the age of 2 everywhere on the site, including the outdoors.

For more information visit billingsfarm.org/safety.

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