G.O.A.T. Happy Hour
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$10 admission for 6 yrs+.
You may show up anytime between open and 30 minutes before closing without reservations.
You’ll get to interact with the goats, pet them, feed them, and watch them play. It’s like a little slice of paradise, right here on earth. And let me tell you, these goats know how to party. They’ll jump and climb and do all sorts of silly things that will make you laugh and forget all your troubles.
But it’s not just about having fun. Spending time with animals has been shown to have a positive impact on mental health, reducing stress and anxiety and boosting feelings of happiness and well-being. So not only will you have a great time, but you’ll also come away feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
In short, Goat Happy Hour is the perfect way to spend an afternoon. You’ll laugh, you’ll play, you’ll connect with nature and these wonderful animals. It’s an experience that everyone should have at least once in their lives.
Just to clarify: This is an all day event. You may show up anytime between the start time and 30 minutes before closing without reservations. See calendar. If there are no reservations, the place is empty and it’s one hour before the published closing time, the bartender might bolt. Reservations guarantee she will wait for you. Closed most Sundays.
Goat Yoga, or GOGA,
Now that’s something truly special, my friends. Let me tell you, it’s yoga with a twist, a little bit of animal magic thrown into the mix. It’s like downward dog meets downward goat!
Picture this: you’re doing your sun salutations, and then you look up and there’s a goat right there beside you, nibbling on your yoga mat. It’s a little crazy, a little chaotic, but it’s also hilarious and fun. Those goats, they’re just full of personality, always curious and playful.
The thing about goat yoga is that it’s not just about the yoga, it’s about the whole experience. It’s about being outside in nature, feeling the sun on your skin, and breathing in the fresh air. It’s about letting go of your worries and just being present in the moment. And those goats, they’re great at helping you do that. They make you laugh, they make you smile, and they remind you that life is meant to be enjoyed.
Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Isn’t it distracting to have goats wandering around while you’re trying to do yoga?” Well, sure, it can be a little distracting, but that’s kind of the point. It’s not supposed to be a super-serious yoga practice. It’s supposed to be lighthearted and fun, something that makes you feel good inside and out.
So if you’re looking for a unique and hilarious yoga experience, give goat yoga a try. Trust me, it’ll have you bleating with joy!