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Events at Walder’s Way

Previous Events:

Hosted by Tess Flores Arts and Photography!

Unicorn Paint Nights held at Walder’s Way!

Great time was had by all at previous paint nights hosted by local artist, Tess Flores at Walder’s Way Equestrian Center.

Participants enjoyed easy step by step instruction and all materials were included and everyone left as an artist! No two paintings are alike! All age groups were welcomed to each event. Bottled water was provided. (No alcohol)

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Photo Credit: Jennifer MacNeill Photography
http://jmacneillphotography.com/
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April 2018 Paint Nights!!

Pony Night Winter Workshop!

December 8, 2017, 6:30 pm.

 

 

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Previous Photography Events:

Santa Photos with Peach the North Pole Pony!

A highly attended event! We all had so much fun!

 

 

ONCE UPON A PONY MINI PHOTO SESSIONS!!

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Riding lesson specials are available and Robin Walder is your contact to make arrangements for lessons at Walder’s Way Equestrian Center. Visit Walder’s Way Equestrian Center’s Facebook page to message Robin!

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Previous Open House Events at Walder’s Way Equestrian Center:

Walder’s Way Equestrian Center hosted a Christmas party and open house in the barn on December 18th. 2015. A good time was had by all. There was a barn tour to meet the horses, jumping demo by Madison Walder and her horse Carmen, a huge goody table with yummy treats, pictures with the horses and pony tricks!

Here are a few pictures!

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