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If you're looking for a heartwarming way to celebrate Mother's Day this year, look no further than this Pumpkin Vine Family Farm baby goat-hugging event. Located at 217 Hewett Rd in Somerville, this free shindig offers folks the chance to get up close and personal with some adorable baby goats.

Taking place on Sunday, May 14th from 11 am to 3 pm, the festivities are sure to draw a crowd of animal lovers of all ages. And with 43 mama goats having given birth to their little ones in April, there will be plenty of baby goats to play with and snuggle.

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Visitors can also watch a special documentary about the baby goats' births before heading into the pens to cuddle with the cute and fuzzy creatures. It's the perfect way to spend a Mother’s Day Sunday with family and friends while enjoying the beautiful spring weather.

But the fun doesn't stop there. In addition to hugging goats, visitors can also indulge in some wood-fired pizzas from Uproot Pie and explore the farmers market bursting with baked goods, veggies, local meat, plants, goat cheese, smoothies, and much more.

Although the event is free, donations to support the farm's educational opportunities are always welcome and can be made in the cheese shop.

Pumpkin Vine Family Farm is a small, family-owned business that is committed to being good stewards of the land. Anil and Kelly, the present-day farmers, are grateful for the community that supports them and the skills that help them preserve the farm for generations to come.

So if you're looking for a fun, family-friendly way to celebrate Mother's Day this year, head on over to Pumpkin Vine Family Farm and hug some goats.

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