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  • Winter 2020 Updates!

    By Shayne Zalameda December 2, 2020
    Winter Newsletter2020

    This year has brought us many new hardships and challenges. Friends of Deer Hollow Farm has been grateful for your continued support as the Farm finds new ways to connect everyone to the animals during it’s temporary closure. Until it’s safe to roam again, consider this space a healthy dose of connection with your favorite
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  • Tshirt Fundraising Project 2020

    By Shayne Zalameda November 20, 2020

    Take These Home While You Can! Due to Covid 19 the Farm has been closed and we have been unable to hold our annual fundraising events. The animals miss you, and we know that you miss them, too!  Through our T-shirt Sale, you can support the care and feeding of the animals AND get a great shirt
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  • Deer Hollow Farm invites you to celebrate the spooky spirit of Halloween!

    By Shayne Zalameda October 20, 2020

    Deer Hollow Farm’s Spooky Times Virtual Event is on Saturday, October 24, 2020.   Mark your  calendars for this spooky virtual holiday event for your family’s enjoyment. The event will be posted on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 on this City of Mountain View Recreation Department link. Here’s the advance news on what happens: Farmer Lisa needs to
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  • SAVE THE DATE: Sept 30, 2020 – Books in the Barnyard

    By Shayne Zalameda September 22, 2020
    Books in the Barnyard

    Fire up your imagination for a special online storytelling session featuring Deer Hollow Farm’s dwarf goats Pippin and Merry, Kiwi the rabbit, and lots of fun-loving chicken. Join Mountain View Library’s Sharon McClintock and Alex Pantazes as they read barnyard books to their animal friends. Save the date: September 30, 3:30 pm to 4 pm.
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  • You’re invited to DHF’s virtual farm tour on Aug. 28!

    By Shayne Zalameda August 20, 2020

    Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at Deer Hollow Farm, led by Lisa Cornelius, Recreation Coordinator, who will showcase a fun and educational exploration of this working homestead. The tour will conclude with a Q&A with Lisa. We hope to see you there! A Zoom invitation will be sent 24 hours before the program. Slots are limited so
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  • Farm is CLOSED

    By Shayne Zalameda June 25, 2020

    Please be informed that the Farm is CLOSED due to COVID -19. Feel free to check back this space, or our Facebook page, to see when we are able to open again. Stay safe!

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  • Summer Newsletter 2020 is here!

    By Shayne Zalameda May 28, 2020

    To the Friends of Deer Hollow Farm, We may not be able to personally be with each other right now, but all the memories and life-enriching experiences we have gathered while exploring the farm are still with us and will be waiting for all of us after we make it through this unprecedented time. We
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  • Say Hello to Our Spring Babies!

    By Shayne Zalameda April 13, 2020

    We know that many of you missed visiting our Spring babies at the Farm. The animals missed you so very much as well. Thankfully, our Spring babies were safe, healthy, and thriving this season, with our mothers keeping close eyes on their young. The Farm welcomed baby lambs, goats, bunnies, and a new cow. Our
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  • Will you help the animals at Deer Hollow Farm?

    By Shayne Zalameda April 2, 2020

    Dearest Friends of Deer Hollow Farm, We hope you and your loved ones are safe and well during this trying time. Here in Silicon Valley, schools are closed and many are working from home, but our small and mighty team is still at the farm taking extreme precautions and providing extra loving care to our
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  • Farm Closed and Spring Farm Tours Cancelled

    By Shayne Zalameda March 21, 2020

    As excited as we were, it breaks our hearts to say that the Spring Tours scheduled for March 21 and April 18 are cancelled. In addition, the Farm itself will also be closed to the public until further notice. The County’s Health Officer, Dr. Sara Cody, announced on Thursday, March 5, that 20 cases of COVID-19
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