A goat moves close to the face of Linnea Burke-Mayka, 6, of Waterville as she and others participate Sunday in goat yoga during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at Hart to Hart Farm & Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane in Albion. Burke-Mayka is one of 160 young people, along with their parents, to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals.

A goat stands on the back Sunday of Marc Perrino of Sidney, as Perrino’s wife, Karen, takes photographs during goat yoga at the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at Hart to Hart Farm & 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. The event drew 160 children.

Goats climb Sunday onto volunteer Joshua Vashon before Vashon and other volunteers directed goat yoga during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at Hart to Hart Farm & 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, of Waterville bottom right, follows instructions Sunday as she and others participate in goat yoga during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at Hart to Hart Farm & Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane in Albion. Burke-Mayka is one of 160 young people, and their parents, to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals.

Avani Knight, 11, of Chelsea greets a goat Sunday before she and others participate in goat yoga during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at Hart to Hart Farm & Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane in Albion. Knight is one of 160 young people, along with their parents, to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals.

A goat stands Sunday on the back of Avani Knight, 11, of Chelsea as she and others participate in goat yoga during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at Hart to Hart Farm & Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane in Albion. Knight is one of 160 young people, along with their parents, to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals.

Jenna Hollindale, 9, of Waterville holds the lead of a Jersey cow, Reece, while giving a demonstration Sunday on how to groom the animal during the ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & PJ Party at Hart to Hart Farm & Education Center at 16 Duck Pond Lane in Albion. Reagan Haas, 8, of Chelsea, center, also takes part in the demonstration. The event allows young people, along with the parents, to learn about lambs, goats, calves and other newborn animals.


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