Fun and games at Lincoln Uni community day

Stephanie Nixon of Colour Me In works on a Unicorn theme for Rosie Pham, 4. Photos: Lincoln...
Stephanie Nixon of Colour Me In works on a Unicorn theme for Rosie Pham, 4. Photos: Lincoln University
Six-year-old twins Jinfang, left, and Jinping Leng, make friends with Cubby the sheep in the...
Six-year-old twins Jinfang, left, and Jinping Leng, make friends with Cubby the sheep in the petting zoo area.
Noah James, 8, pats a donkey in the petting zoo area.
Noah James, 8, pats a donkey in the petting zoo area.
Richard Clark watches his children Isobelle, 4, and Jack, 9, devour candy floss.
Richard Clark watches his children Isobelle, 4, and Jack, 9, devour candy floss.
Josh Devane, a Lincoln University Diploma of Agriculture student, showcases his sheep shearing...
Josh Devane, a Lincoln University Diploma of Agriculture student, showcases his sheep shearing skills.
Sisters Lily, left, 10, and Summer van Ameyde, 9, groom a miniature horse in the petting zoo area.
Sisters Lily, left, 10, and Summer van Ameyde, 9, groom a miniature horse in the petting zoo area.
Visitors watch a sheep shearing demonstration at the Lincoln University Community Day.
Visitors watch a sheep shearing demonstration at the Lincoln University Community Day.
Mather siblings Emelia, left, 9, Tom, 7, and Izabela, 4, at the sheep shearing demonstration.
Mather siblings Emelia, left, 9, Tom, 7, and Izabela, 4, at the sheep shearing demonstration.

The annual Lincoln University community day was held on Sunday.

Attractions included face-painting, food trucks, a sheep shearing demonstration, and a petting zoo.

A Lincoln University spokesperson said MulletMan was also in "top form, wowing the crowd with his juggling and unicycling skills".

The annual event aims to connect people living in the Selwyn district with Lincoln University and show them what the campus is like.

 

 

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