Dear NWESC Friends – we are currently updating our website to a new and exciting format. In the meantime, thank you for your ongoing support, as well as your patience as we make this change … and be sure to visit our site again in the near future for the unveiling of our new ‘face’!
NWESC Summer Solstice Music Fest 2016
WHEN: SATURDAY, JUNE 25th | 12pm-6pm
WHERE: Cedarbrook Farms – 9812 215th Avenue SE, Snohomish, WA 98290
TICKETS: $25 / person | $50 / family – all proceeds go to NWESC
PURCHASE TICKETS: Click here for tickets, or on day of
event at gate entrance
SPACE IS LIMITED SO BUY TICKETS ASAP!
This is going to be an AMAZING, not-to-be-missed summer celebration! Our rendition of the Summer of [all creatures great and small] Love is
sure to fill your soul with joy as the peaceful fields and happy healing horses sway with you to the songs being sung by multiple
So mark your calendar today, and join us with your friends and family on Saturday, June 25th at NWESC for all the love, laughter,
lip-smacking food, libations … and live music your heart can handle!
NATALIE WOULDN’T: A skillful and talented group of performers dedicated to writing and playing fun, high quality SKA music. Natalie
Wouldn't has worked in and around the Pacific Northwest, headlining shows and warming up for well-established international bands
such as The English Beat, The Toasters, Bad Manners, The Slackers, Deals Gone Bad, Satori, and The Phenomenauts. Natalie Wouldn't also
plays frequently at music festivals... and will be performing at our Summer Solstice from a tour through the UK!
BLACK DOG: Hailing from the 253 region, Black Dog is an acoustic rock trio influenced by traditional and non-traditional folk music, pop
and classic rock, bluegrass and alternative genres. Music, friends, fun, fetch!
SEAN ‘SPARE RIB’ HORST: As a blue grass, mandolin playing singer-songwriter, Rib performs original and some classic cover songs, with a
little taste of occasional improvisation. Join us to enjoy the creative spirit of this wonderfully dynamic musician.
HANNAH DUFFY: This talented and beautiful person is an up and coming Americana singer-songwriter from the PNW. Come experience her
charming voice and style in the midst of horse haven.
ERIC MUELLER: Eric's music covers the wonderful sounds of the 60's ... from Neil Young, John Prine, G. Welch, folk, to good 'ole blue
grass. Be transported back to the days of 'Peace & Music' as we re-connect with each other at Cedarbrook Farms.
Thank you with all our hearts, and truly looking forward to see you at the NWESC SUMMER SOLSTICE MUSIC FEST 2016, 6/25/16!
If you have questions, please contact:
email@example.com. And please spread the word ... we want to have as many happy people as is possible at NWESC that day!
Announcing: An Exciting and NEW NWESC Program & Manager!
In line with our progressive expansion and development goals, NWESC is thrilled to announce the initiation of our NEW Equine Facilitated Mental Health and Learning Program (EFMHL). Once complete, the EFMHL Program will provide interactive opportunities of growth, learning, and therapy for groups and individuals in the Upper Puget Sound region. Its programs will combine equine-human interactions with counseling-based processing skills to introduce new awareness, improved emotional control, and transformation, while uniquely considering the equine health and well-being at the same time.
Amy Schilder comes to NWESC with 25 years in equine experiential educational programming. She also brings a combination of dynamic experience in nonprofit management and in equine-facilitated methods of therapy. She is certified by the Professional Association for Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) as an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning (ESMHL), Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA), and by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA).
Our new EFMHL program will complement NWESC’s efforts to promote wellness and stewardship through mutually respectful relationships and reverence – changing the lives of horses and people forever. Amy will be a tremendous asset to the creation and management of this program, and we are very excited make this program announcement and welcome her to our team!
If you have questions, please contact:
A Huge June 11th Work Party THANK YOU!
A HUGE thank you to all the wonderful volunteers who worked cheerfully at our work party on Saturday!! We got everything on the list done and it looks beautiful!
Thanks to Dee Waluk-Johnson, Rick Nabseth, Trisha Renee, John Clough, Robin James Williams, Randy Williams, Caroline Rose Morgan, Amelia Morgan, Lena Belle Graber Schultz, Bethany Garvan, Eric Mueller, Chris Bruner, Sharon Bruner, Yuki Hardy, Donna Gonder, Tom Melcher, Cindy Coker, Cedarbrook Veterinary Care Staff, Kim Sgro, Hannah Mueller Dvm, Emily A. Bullard-Clough and Linda Dunk.
A special thank you to Kari Vaarvik and Rita Laws for the brilliant coordinating and to Rita Morgan for the delicious food!!