• Friday, February 13th, 2015
Winter camp was a big success as always. The kids had a good time and made great strides (pun intended) in their riding. I also saw them working on jumping strides over a pole upstairs, some of them are fearless!
I had to get a picture of all the little ponies too, I guess even a barn full of live ones isn’t enough! I think everyone is looking forward to summer camp next.
If you don’t come on Saturday mornings you’re missing out on the donuts. As you can tell, the kids love them, but the work must still get done! I’m not sure which one is more talented, pushing the wheelbarrow with one hand or holding the donut in your mouth while walking.
• Monday, November 10th, 2014
The coming holiday season can get really busy for all of us so we’re posting some dates so you can make plans to join us!
Sorry, there will not be a Christmas party this year, there are just too many things going on with all the horse shows, camp and trying to prepare for winter. The Christmas party will be on Saturday 12/27/14 after the morning lessons (so probably around 12:30-1:00) and usually lasts until almost 3:00. With everyone’s busy schedules it seemed best to have it right after Christmas this year (but before you start those New Years Resolutions!). Bring your favorite dish to share in our pot luck style feast, there will be a list on the board to sign up as we get closer so we know what everyone’s bringing. The kids usually play a few horse games, the adults socialize and we all have a great time, hope to see you there!
Christmas/New Years camp will be Monday thru Wednesday (12/29-12/31/14). As usual there will be a day camp and a sleepover camp. All children at any level of riding are welcome. Prices and a sign up sheet will be posted on the board as we get closer.
As you think about Christmas gifts for the horse lovers in your life remember there are Still Waters Gift Certificates available. They can be used for regular or private lessons or towards a camp or clinic. They are small so they make great stocking stuffers, especially to surprise a kid who was hoping to go to camp but wasn’t able to afford it.