HAY There! Want to do a 5K fun-run-walk for a great cause?
Proceeds from this event will help feed the animals at Stoneledge Stables this Winter
Good morning Norwich and the Upper Valley,
Here is an announcement of an event that will help raise money to feed the animals at the Stoneledge Stables this winter. (photo courtesy belongs to Sandy Bailey)
Read the rest of the story to find out how this event will help not only the animals who are cared for but also teaches the children who learn as they participate in this program.
Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets:
StoneLedge Stables is a non-profit farm school dedicated to create a safe place where children can explore learning at their pace, take risks, connect with each other, the animals and the environment, play, to become healthy community members. At the core of our programming we promote social emotional intelligence as the platform for which all other learning builds
Local area children tending to the horses and learning as they do
Yes, this the way you brush, as others wait to give it a try
Please join us for this family-friendly event, generously sponsored by Sweetland Farm, featuring a 5k & fun-run, on Saturday October 21st from 11-3!
StoneLedge Stables, located right here in Norwich, is a 501(c)3 that provides hands-on educational farm programs for preschool children. All proceeds from this event go to our “Hay Fund” to feed our animals during the winter months. We feed our farm animals over 500 bales of Sweetland hay a year—best hay in the Upper Valley, according to our herd!
Pearl and Saint Nickolas
It will be a great afternoon of community, exercise, nature based crafts, food and fun—don’t miss it!
And here is Jack
And let’s not forget Maddie
**Get your tickets before October 1st and receive a free T-shirt**
Stoneledge Stables Board Member
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