Celebrate New Life at the Milk and Honey Farm at Baby Goat Shavuot!

The start of summer at the Milk and Honey Farm celebrates the first fruits, veggies, and new life on the farm. With the births of the baby goats, we are celebrating the start of summer with Baby Goat Shavuot. Join us at the Milk and Honey Farm for fresh pizza made on the farm with Moxie Bread Company and participate in earth-based Shavuot activities. 

Shavuot the “Feast of Weeks,” is celebrated seven weeks after Passover. The Jewish holiday of Shavuot is traditionally connected to receiving the Torah on Mount Sinai, coincides with the biblical wheat harvest, and is a holiday many people associate with eating lots of dairy. 

This Spring, seven baby goats were born on the Milk and Honey Farm. Netzach had three baby goats, two girls, and one boy, Matzah, Layla, and Ziv. Hadas had two baby goats, a boy and a girl, Lulav and Arava. Mishmish had two baby goats, a boy and a girl, Oz and Orli.

Celebrate new life and growth at the farm and bring your family to participate in meaningful and earth-based Shavuot activities and meet the latest members of our goat herd. Please join us at the Milk and Honey Farm on Wednesday, June 12 from 4:15 – 6:30 pm, and register through the events detail page on the Boulder JCC website.

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