Christmas Open House

We would love to welcome you to the farm for our Christmas Open House on Friday, December 3, from 5:30-7:00 pm. Outside, the farm will be decorated with Christmas lights. And inside the heated arena, there will be goodies, hot chocolate, games, photo opportunities with a horse or two, and a visit from Santa. There will also be a chance to visit the horses in the barn and fill their stockings for Christmas.

Everyone is invited! We hope to see you then.

Questions
If you have any questions, please email Cassie Pelon at communications@renewtrc.org.

Friday, December 3
5:30-7:00 pm
Renew TRC

Carolyn Stich Painting Party Fundraiser

Renowned local artist, Carolyn Stich, will be coming to Renew on Friday, December 3, to lead us in painting a beautiful scene on canvas. Our arena is heated, so it will be cozy inside no matter what Michigan weather throws at us. We’ll have snacks and drinks available, but feel free to bring your favorite beverage if you’d like.

The cost for this festive event is a $30 per person donation that supports the mission of Renew and helps bring the benefits of equine assisted services to people in our community.

In order to ensure that there are enough painting supplies, we ask that you register ahead of time. To reserve your spot, click on the “Donate” button above and select “Painting Party” in the drop down menu. Type in the donation amount for the amount of people you’d like to reserve a spot for, and write the number of people attending in the note section. Then you’re all set! We’ll email the registered guests the day before the event with any last minute reminders.

We look forward to having you at the farm!

Questions
If you have any questions, please email Cassie Pelon at communications@renewtrc.org.

Friday, December 3
7:00-8:30 pm
Renew TRC Heated Indoor Arena
$30 per person donation

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