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Goat roast, bands and the farm

Goat roast, bands and the farm

The Kenyon Farm hosted its second annual Goat Roast on Saturday, attracting almost 200 students to taste fresh food and hear student bands perform.

In preparation for the event, the farm raised two goats, one of whom was named Mr. Dandy, for a year before serving them in a variety of different meals, on the bone and in goat tacos.

The barn was transformed into a music hall for the event, with curtains and stacks of hay serving as the backdrop to a concrete stage.

The crowd picked up during the second-to-last performance, punk band Broad Kitty, and culminated with a packed barn for the jazz- and hip-hop-inspired group Booty Robbins.


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