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Beginner Horse Camp
June 16 through June 20 is horse camp for ages 8 to 12, where participants learn the basics of horse care, including horse safety, grooming and tacking up. Students also learn how to mount a horse, to dismount and how to walk and trot when mounted. This camp is limited to 25 campers, starts at 8:30 AM and ends at 12:30 PM. The cost per camper is $150.
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Yoga rescheduled for April 18
Rhonda Durbin is a fitness instructor and personal trainer at Tryon Health & Fitness Club. We are very excited to offer ten weeks of free yoga on Fridays at 11:30 AM starting February 7 through April 11. These classes are made possible by the Kirby Endowment at Polk County Community Foundation.
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Annual Fall Yard Sale
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Fence Garage Sale
Join FENCE for our bi-annual garage sale held on the equestrian side. There is something for everyone!! Stall can be rented for a small fee. Contact FENCE for more information.
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The Truth about Bird Feeding with Simon Thompson
Everyone enjoys feeding birds, but what's best to get them through a hard winter? Do they need water in the winter? What's that little brown bird scratching around under the feeder? All of these questions and more will be answered at the first of our new FENCE Birding Programs. The "Truth about Bird Feeding" when Wild Birds Unlimited co-owner, Simon Thompson, will be explaining all about bird feeders, seed and much more.
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Fall Bird Hike with Simon Thompson
As fall creeps down the mountains, many birds begins to slowly move south and every day more and more birds leave for their winter quarters. This is the time of the year when birds from the north move through the Foothills offering us a new range of species to enjoy.
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Winter Bird Hike with Simon Thompson
"Late winter in the Southern Foothills can be a very exciting as winter slowly slips north. The days slowly start to warm up and we may start to see a few flowers appearing in the still brown woodlands. Our winter birds are also slowly slipping north, but some will be now starting to sing and nothing is more beautiful on a winter day than the song of the Hermit Thrush.
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Armchair Traveler with Simon Thompson
"Bhutan- Kingdom in the Himalayas" Some places in our world are very difficult to reach and Bhutan is no exception. The mountains rise high into the sky and deep valleys criss-cross this small country, leaving little level space for an airport.
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Bird Migration with Simon Thompson
With thousands of birds moving north or south with the changing seasons, spring and fall migration can be dramatic here in WNC. Almost every species of bird in North America undergoes some seasonal migration.
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Beginning Bird Watching with Simon Thompson
Birdwatching (or birding as it's now more often called) is the largest and fastest growing hobby in the country. From backyard birdwatchers to International birding travelers, it is estimated that over 50 million people enjoy birds to some extent or the other.
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