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Goat yoga at Abbotsford’s Maan Farms adds a dash of Christmas spirit

Dec. 3 session will feature baby goats dressed in holiday pyjamas and reindeer costumes

Abbotsford’s Maan Farms is adding some Christmas spirit to their popular goat yoga classes on Dec. 3

The one hour event will feature friendly baby goats in Christmas pyjamas and reindeer costumes, holiday tunes and food and drinks after the yoga for the Goat Happy Hour.

Admission is $50, which include a free glass of fruit wine made locally at Maan Farms.

The event starts at 7 p.m. but staff recommend showing up 15 minutes early.

Goat selfies are encouraged.

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