Billings Farm & Museum COVID-19 Statement – March 16, 2020

While Billings Farm & Museum is closed for general visitation, the health and safety of Billings Farm & Museum staff and visitors is of the utmost importance.

FILM SERIES SHOWINGS TO BE RESCHEDULED: The final three films in the Woodstock Vermont Film Series at Billings Farm & Museum – originally scheduled for March 21, April 4, and April 18 – are being rescheduled for dates later this spring. Details will be forthcoming in the near future.

PAINTING ON THE ROCKS TO BE RESCHEDULED: The March 21 Painting on the Rocks event will be rescheduled. Details will be forthcoming in the near future.

BABY FARM ANIMAL CELEBRATION POSTPONED: In following current CDC guidelines to reschedule events with 50 or more people for the next eight weeks, Billings Farm & Museum will postpone Baby Farm Animal Celebration, originally scheduled for April 10 and 11, as well as opening day on April 13.

CDC RECOMMENDED PRECAUTIONS: We remind our staff and the public to continue to follow CDC guidelines for respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene. All sick employees are required to stay home.

We are monitoring the coronavirus situation closely to determine how it may affect our events, activities, and operations. We will communicate any event cancelations, postponements, or shifts in format with registered attendees and will post notifications on our website and Facebook page.

If you purchased a ticket or registered for an event and cannot attend on the rescheduled date, Billings Farm & Museum is pleased to offer a credit or issue a refund. Please also consider converting your registration or ticket fee to a donation to support Billings Farm & Museum’s mission.

We will continue to monitor the most up-to-date developments and recommendations and will follow public health officials’ guidelines.