October 20, 2020

Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center Autumn Festival


Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center is holding an Autumn Festival on October 29, 2017 from 11AM-2:30PM. The festival will include the Annual Horse Show, Yard Sale, Clothing Drive Fundraiser, kids’ craft activities, food from Fun on a Bun, as well as the Big Bucks Lottery Drawing.
Greenlock is a 501(c)3 organization that relies heavily on donations and fundraisers to keep program costs low for our clients. Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center utilizes equine-related activities for the therapy of individuals with physical, developmental and emotional differences.
There is a lot of action packed into one day at Greenlock! The Annual Horse Show is where Greenlock’s current clients get to showcase their horsemanship skills. It is a great way for the community to see a part of what Greenlock does and to see our wonderful clients and horses in action. Susan Potter, Greenlock’ Board Chair says, "This is a great opportunity for Rehoboth residents to learn more about Greenlock's commitment to serving the community. If you do not know about us, join us for the fun!"
Greenlock’s Autumn Festival will include a Yard Sale, which will be held in the front pasture. All proceeds from items purchased at the Yard Sale will go directly to support Greenlock’s programs. In addition to the Yard Sale, Greenlock will be holding a Clothing Drive Fundraiser. Greenlock is partnering with another local organization to gather clean used clothing, linens, shoes and accessories and raise funds doing so. Donations of these items can be brought to the Autumn Festival.
Fun on a Bun Hot Dog cart will be serving up some delicious food for the event. There will be crafting activities for children and the winner of Greenlock’s Big Bucks Lottery will be drawn. Tickets for the Big Bucks lottery are still available! Contact Edith for tickets.
Please visit www.greenlock.org for more information or email greenlocktrc@gmail.com.

Event Date
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Event time
11:00 AM


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