WASHINGTON — HORSE (the Humane Organization Representing Suffering Equines), celebrating its 40th year, will hold its second Fall Music Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, September 25, at 43 Wilbur Rd. The rain date is Sunday, September 26.
The afternoon will feature music and fun with the Red Hots bringing new life to many classic jazz and blues tunes, Dirt Road Pickers as an acoustics duo singing favorites and Charm City Exiles playing upbeat rock with a splash of country and a dash of eclectic.
Those who attend can relax in lawn chairs while watching horses playing in the ring and grazing in the surrounding pastures.
All seating areas will be outdoors on the lawn; participants can bring chairs and blankets. Food and refreshments will be available.
Spaces are limited and participants are encouraged to call 860-868-1960 to reserve tickets.
Children under age 16 may not attend due to insurance regulations.
More information is available at www.horseofct.org.
The tack shop will be packed with many items in the tack sale, including saddles, bridles, blankets, boots, helmets, grooming equipment and new and used equine clothing.
There will also be HORSE sweatshirts and apparel available for purchase.
All the proceeds from purchases go directly toward helping the many horses.