From children's goat yoga to a local fundraiser for Australian wildfire relief: Three unique events at the Hill Country Galleria

Kids can enroll in a four-week yoga program that ends with a goat yoga class. (Courtesy Yoga & Goga)
Kids can enroll in a four-week yoga program that ends with a goat yoga class. (Courtesy Yoga & Goga)

Kids can enroll in a four-week yoga program that ends with a goat yoga class. (Courtesy Yoga & Goga)

Bee Cave's Hill Country Galleria is buzzing with community events going into the new year. Here are three events taking place in January.

Jan. 15

Kids Yoga

Hill Country Galleria yoga studio YOGA & GOGA will begin its four-week kids' yoga program this January. Children will learn and practice age-appropriate yoga sequences in a noncompetitive and nurturing environment, according to a press release from Giant Noise, a PR firm representing the galleria. The program will involve yoga-style games and simple partner poses. The final class, scheduled for Feb. 5, will conclude with a visit from baby goats for goat yoga. 4:15 p.m. $70. 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. S115, Bee Cave. 347-770-3996.

Jan. 17

Photography retrospective

The Hill Country Galleria’s Bee Cave Arts Foundation will host an evening event to celebrate photography at the opening of its photographic retrospective exhibit. The exhibit will feature work by renowned photographer Van Redin, along with works from Lake Travis High School photography students. 6-8 p.m. Free. Bee Cave Arts Foundation, 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave. 512-522-9467.

Jan. 25

Wild Hearts for Wildfires

Runaway Luna Coffeehouse Lifestyle Boutique will hold a fundraising event to support relief efforts for ongoing wildfires in Australia. The wild hearts for wildfires event will feature freshly baked Aussie meat pies, live music and a silent auction of donated prizes. The Galbraith family, which owns Runaway Luna, will be donating all profits to Australian wildfire recovery efforts.

“We may be on the other side of the world but we are all somehow connected to the devastating bush fires that have been burning since September last year ... they continue to burn,” Cathy Galbraith said on the business’s Facebook page. 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Free. 12700 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave. 512-888-1320.



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