Gardner Village Blog Springtime Means Baby Animals at The Farm
Wednesday Mar 18 2020

Any time is a lovely time to visit The Farm at Gardner Village. You're supporting a private, 501c3 nonprofit animal rescue while experiencing memorable farm activities — pony rides, egg gathering (when available), petting, feeding, etc.

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Of course, a springtime trip to the The Farm means something extra special… baby animals!

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Many of The Farm’s residents are currently expecting or have just welcomed new ones into the world. It's cuteness overload with baby chicks, lambs, calves, goats, and bunnies. Come often, as new babies from this sweet list join the ranks regularly and make themselves ready for visitors. 

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As these new little loves are old enough for visitors, they’re brought to The Village from The Farm’s off-site location for a little show-and-tail.

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Cure your spring-fever while supporting an incredible cause. And if that isn’t reason enough to visit, how can you resist pics of your youngsters with these youngsters? Awwww! 

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Did you know you can even host a birthday party at The Farm? They have a private tent available for you to decorate/personalize and a list of happy party activities fit for your birthday buckaroo. Stop by The Farm to schedule your upcoming gathering, and learn more about all party options available at Gardner Village here. 

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The Farm is open Mon.-Sat. (weather permitting). 

  • Jan.-Feb.: Noon-5 p.m.
  • March-April: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • May-Oct.: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Nov.-Dec.: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

$2 Tuesdays 

Who needs tacos when Tuesdays are all about savings? Now through 31 March, entry to The Farm is just $2! Come for a playdate, a family outing or even a date. Learn more here

Hop by and say hi soon now, ya hear?

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