Sixteen Hands Horse Sanctuary will feature a plethora of family fun this weekend at its second BBQ fundraiser.
The event will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, at the sanctuary, 6275 Wauchula Road. Admission is free.
The fundraiser will feature carriage rides, an exotic reptile and bird show, silent auction, raffle, bounce house and, or course, a barbecue feast. Kelly Hall, a Natural Balance hoof trimmer, will offer a trim demonstration.
Money raised at the event will benefit the sanctuary's horses.For more information, visit sixteenhandshorsesanctuary.org.
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