Ebony Horsewomen, Inc. Equestrian & Agricultural Center is hosting a Harvest Horse fundraiser on November 8, 2018, at Keney Park Golf Course’s Tavern at Keney Park on 171 Windsor Avenue in Windsor, CT from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
The Harvest Horse Fundraiser is slated to be a fun event that will help raise vital funds to help support Ebony Horsewomen’s equine therapeutic programs and its mission of helping improve lives through horses.
Patricia E. Kelly, founder, and CEO at Ebony Horsewomen, Inc., said: “The young people that participate in our organization are always at the center of all that we do here at Ebony Horsewomen, so we are excited to host our first annual Harvest Horse fundraiser. We are dedicated to sustaining our programming and providing our kids with healthy and enriching experiences that enhance their quality of life.”
The Harvest Horse Fundraiser will include a silent auction, music, hot and cold refreshments, and an open bar of beer and wine. Tickets are $65 ($30 of which are tax-deductible) and can be purchased through EventBrite at www.eventbrite.com/e/ebony-horsewomen-harvest-horse-fundraiser-tickets-50376785321. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $70. Secure and onsite parking is available.
To learn about our new Equine Therapeutic Center visit www.ebonyhorsewomen.us.
Ebony Horsewomen, Inc. is a nationally recognized organization founded in 1984 to heal, encourage and empower youth toward positive and successful lives by using horses. Serving hundreds of youth yearly, EHI operates holistic equestrian programming including Comprehensive Equine Education, certified Equine Assisted Growth and Learning, Junior Dressage Team, Junior Mounted Patrol (through which our young men serve as mounted community ambassadors while patrolling Keney Park), Saturday Saddle Club, in partnership with the University of Connecticut 4-H Club and Leadership/Self-empowerment Classes. EHI programming also features unique experiences such as Rodeo King and Queen Riding Competitions, Blacksmith Shadowing, Veterinary Science classes and externships with local veterinarians. EHI’s equestrian, education and support programs have helped improve the lives of our participants with most continuing on to higher education and college.