After adapting last year to the COVID-19 outbreak and offering virtual viewings, the Hancock Shaker Village is welcoming back people to meet its baby calves, piglets, chicks, lambs, and kids.

According to a story reported on by WTEN/10 News Albany, the celebration of baby farm animals takes place from April 17-May 9, Tuesday-Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Director of Hancock Shaker Village, Jennifer Trainer Thompson, had this to say:

It feels wonderful to reopen, and welcome people back to this extraordinary historic landmark. The farm in springtime is overflowing with new life.  It signals hope.

Capacity will be in accordance with guidance from the Massachusetts Governor’s Office and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Village is also opening a new Shaker trail in the southern woods. Archaeological remains of Shaker buildings will be at the end of the trail.

More information about the 2021 season at the Hancock Shaker Village can be found on their website here.

Please check out the initial story at WTEN/10 News' website here and we thank them for the update.

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