Reindeer Rides, Santa, a Live Nativity Scene, horse jumps, and more!!! Since 2003, horse lovers of all ages have loved coming to “Christmas at the Barn”, Happy Hooves Therapeutic Equestrian Center’s annual fundraiser. On Sunday, December 9th 2018, please bring your friends and family to Eden Farms to create lasting Christmas memories and support our non-profit equestrian program that helps children and adults with special needs and at risk youth benefit from the healing power of therapeutic riding.
For only $10 per person, your entrance fee includes: “Reindeer Rides” (our horses are dressed up with red noses, glitter, and antlers!), time with Santa in our heated North Pole Room, a live interactive Nativity Scene, hot chocolate and cookies, 8 different arts and crafts to make, Christmas Carolers, “Peeplechase” jump course for children, and plenty of photo opportunities!
There will also be lunch items (hot dogs, chili, chips, sodas), home baked goodies, and a horsey themed gift shop as well! All profits raised will go to support Happy Hooves, a non-profit Therapeutic Equestrian Center that has been helping individuals with special needs and at risk youth ride horses since 2001. Please, no smoking or dogs.
Tickets are on sale now at: http://www.happyhoovessc.com/christmas-at-the-barn.html
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Since 2003, horse lovers of all ages have loved coming to "Christmas at the Barn" our annual fundraiser for Happy Hooves…
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