Farm and Country

Goat Yoga Offered at Green Meadows

Laura Michnnya of Bluetail Yoga began offering Goat Yoga sessions at Green Meadows Petting Farm in late April. “Goat yoga is like regular yoga but with more happy distractions,” Michnnya said. “The goats help you to let go of anything you may be preoccupied with.” The babies like to snuggle to get warm, she added, and the older ones have so much energy, hopping around and even climbing on you.

Michnnya is the founder of the Clarksburg Village Community Yoga program and has been teaching yoga in Clarksburg and at other locations for eight years. Her Bluetail Yoga business offers specialty yoga events. In addition to Goat Yoga, she offers Art Yoga at Tusculum Farm and Sweet Clover Barn. Art Yoga sessions begin with a one-hour yoga practice centered around stimulating creativity. Art projects follow and have a meditative component.

The next session of Goat Yoga at Green Meadows Petting Farm is planned for Wednesday, July 18, 6 to 7 p.m. at the Ijamsville farm, 10102 Fingerboard Road. Monthly sessions will also be offered in August, September and October. The fee per session is $35.35. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/Bluetail-Yoga-408554609616774.

Rights of Man Farm Adds Veggie Delivery

Organic vegetables are now available for delivery from Rights of Man Farm. Please check the website, www.rightsofmanfarm.com, to see vegetables freshly harvested each week. Grass-fed and grass-finished beef, pasture-raised pork, and eggs from free-range chickens are also available for delivery. The Ijamsville farm has been owned by the same family since 1947.

Hidden Hills Vineyard Celebrates First Anniversary

Hidden Hills Vineyard, 7550 Green Valley Road, will celebrate its first anniversary on Sunday, July 29, 2 to 5 p.m. Look for live music by Damon Foreman, lawn games, horse dressage and jumping, tours of the barn and, of course, wine and cupcakes. Tickets are $10. Visit hiddenhillsfarmandvineyard.com for more information.

Live Music Every Weekend at Sugarloaf

Spend a lazy summer afternoon at Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard, 18125 Comus Road. Weather permitting, you’ll find live music on the patio 2 to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday. Check the online calendar, www.smvwinery.com, for a list of performers.

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