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FENCE Center Closed
FENCE Center will be closed!
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Celebrate Our Earth at FENCE
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FENCE Community Garage Sale
FENCE Fall Community Garage Sale is a long running sale is set for 8am to 12pm. This sale always has something for everyone. All proceeds are kept by the seller. Hospice Thrift Barn of Landrum, SC will have a truck on site if you wish to donate your un-sold items to this worthy charity. A small fee will be charged to rent a stall space.
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FENCE Wine and Paint Night
Join us for a night of fun, painting, and wine. See the attached flyer for more information.
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Free Family Storytelling
Join us for a great afternoon of storytelling for the whole family. Our guests for the afternoon will be local storytellers Lance Smith and Mary Davis.
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Free Wild For Life Presentation
Local wildlife rehabilitation center, Wild for Life, from Asheville, North Carolina will be visiting FENCE for a free family program. Wild for life is a non-profit organization specializing in the rehabilitation of native wildlife with the ultimate goal of releasing these animals back to their native habitats.
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Come Make A Christmas Kissing Ball to benefit our TROT Ridership program
Join us to support the Therapeutic Riding Of Tryon program at FENCE. Each year TROT supports its students by providing scholarships to families in need. These scholarships allow students who may not otherwise be able to participate in this great program.
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Postponed due weather!!! Armchair Traveler with Anna Alsobrook
Anna will speak about her time spent in the PeaceCorps serving in Senegal, Africa. She did not realize then the connections between water quality and health The issues surrounding the topic fascinated her and she began studying it from different perspectives (population pressures, environmental changes, land-use impacts, etc.).
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FREE Armchair Traveler with Haley Smith
Haley will speak about her semester abroad in the East African countries of Kenya and Tanzania. She spent three months in the Wildlife Management Studies program with the School for Field Studies learning about everything from native language and culture to human-wildlife conflict and ways to mitigate it.
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Armchair Traveler with Richard Barnhart
Richard will be speaking about his time spent serving with the Maine Conservation Corps. Originally from Alaska Richard recently traveled to Maine to work with the Conservation Corps. Richard will speak about his time traveling and working in the back country of Maine building trails.
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