Story Time at Wild Horse Rescue in Webster
Story Time and Farm Visit at Wild Horse Rescue, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., August 18, at the Wild Horse Rescue Center provides an opportunity to interact with animals and expose children to the educational and healing power of nature.
There are dogs, chickens, pigs, cows and many horses. All events are outside in the open air. Most animals can be fed or petted, so guest can bring apples and carrots. Most stories are animal-related and educational at appropriate age levels. A restroom is available and closed-toed shoes are advised.
Nonprofit Wild Horse Rescue rehabilitates and find new homes for mustangs and burros while providing educational clinics and seminars to the public. They rely on volunteers, sponsorships, donations and adoptions to provide care for the mustang rescues.
Admission is free. Location: 12103 SE 47th Dr., Webster. For more information, call 321-427-1523 or email [email protected]