Mark your calendars and cue the "awww's," because Baby Animal Days at Centennial Village are right around the corner – and who doesn't love adorable baby animals?!

This year's event is happening from April 21 through May 1, with Centennial Village opening from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. The whole family will have a blast interacting with all sorts of cute and cuddly critters, including baby pigs, lambs, chicks, goats, rabbits, ducks, a calf, and more. While some of these animals are permanent residents and live on museum grounds all year-round, others are just special visitors for this two-week period, courtesy of local FFA members. Besides getting the opportunity to pet and feed the baby animals, guests also have the chance to learn a lot about Northern Colorado's agricultural history during their visit.

Admission into Baby Animal Days is $2 for visitors ages three-years and up. The museum accepts payment in the form of cash, check, Mastercard, and Visa. Centennial Village is located 1475 A Street at Island Grove Park in Greeley. For additional information, call 970-350-9220 or click here.