Albion Farm hosts goat yoga event in support of ShineOnCass

A goat nears the face of Waterville 6-year-old Linnea Burke-Mayka as she and others attend the ShineOnCass animal baby shower and pajama party Sunday at the Hart to Hart Farm and Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane, Albion Goat Yoga. Burke-Mayka is one of 160 young people who learn lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals with their parents.

A goat stands on the back of Sydney’s Marc Perrino as Perrino’s wife Karen arrives at Hart to Hart, 16 Duck Pond Lane, Albion, on Sunday Photo during goat yoga at ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower and Pajama Party at Special Farm and Education Center. The event allows young people and their parents to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals. The event attracted 160 children.

On Sunday, the goat climbed on top of volunteer Joshua Vashon, then Vashon and other volunteers taught goat yoga during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at the Hart to Hart Farm and Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane in Albion. The event allows young people and their parents to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals.

Linnea Burke-Mayka, 6, in the lower right corner of Waterville, was instructed to participate in goat yoga Sunday during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower and Pajama Party at the Hart to Hart Farm and Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane, Albion. Burke-Mayka is one of 160 young people who study lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals with their parents.

Chelsea’s Avani Knight, 11, greeted a goat on Sunday before she and others participated in goat yoga at the ShineOnCass animal baby shower and pajama party at the Hart to Hart Farm and Education Centre, 16 Duck Pond Lane, Albion. Knight is one of 160 young people who study lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals with their parents.

A goat stands on the back of Chelsea’s Avani Knight, 11, as she and others attend the ShineOnCass animal baby shower and pajama party at the Hart to Hart Farm and Education Centre, 16 Duck Pond Lane, Albion, on Sunday yoga. Knight is one of 160 young people who study lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals with their parents.

Jenna Hollindale, 9, of Waterville, leads Reece, a Jersey cow, at the ShineOnCass at Hart to Hart Farm and Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane on Sunday Animal baby showers and pajama parties demonstrate how to groom animals in Albion. Reagan Haas, 8, from Chelsea, also joined the demonstration. The event brings young people and parents together to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals.

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