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Things to do: Free concerts, Goat farm open, flower festival and more

Real goats, chickens, peacocks, cats and dogs are among the animals residing at Old Goat Farm in Graham
Real goats, chickens, peacocks, cats and dogs are among the animals residing at Old Goat Farm in Graham Staff file, 2007

Sunday

Old Goat Farm Garden Open The century old farm house is surrounded by display beds. There are turkeys, ducks, peacocks, guinea hens, cats, dogs and, of course, three old goats. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. The Old Goat Farm, 20021 Orting Kapowsin Highway E., Graham. Free. 360-893-1261, oldgoatfarm.com

Gina Billiveau local artist who calls her music’s genre “unclassifiable acoustic awesomeness.” 1 p.m. Sunday. WW Seymour Conservatory, 316 G St. S., Tacoma. Free.

Regency Strings in performance, including faculty. 3 p.m. Sunday. Pacific Lutheran University, Lagerquist Concert Hall. $8; $5 seniors (55+), PLU alumni; free to PLU community, students and 18 and younger. 253-535-7411.

Flutes in the Rotunda Free concert for Mother’s Day. 1:30-2:30 p.m. Sunday. Washington State Capital Building, 215 Sid Snyder Ave., Olympia. Free. 360-970-659.3

Annual Flower Festival at Pike Place Market, 85 Pike St., Seattle. Shop from more than 40 flower vendors, plus take in some produce and other locally sourced items in time for Mother’s Day. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. More information at pikeplacemarket.org.

manderson@thenewstribune.com

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