A SUMMER SOLSTICE BENEFIT MUSIC FEST
Supporting Northwest Equine Stewardship Center
WHEN: SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd, 2018 | 2pm-8pm
WHERE: Cedarbrook Farms - 9812 215th Avenue SE, Snohomish, WA 98290
Please join us for our 3rd Annual not-to-be-missed summer music fest - HOOFSTOCK! This is a ROCK’IN benefit concert for NWESC, celebrating all creatures great and small.
As you delight in the sounds of our regions incredible music talent, this event will be sure to fill your spirit with joy and happiness. Bluegrass, Americana, Ska, and good ‘ol fashion rock ‘n roll will have you up and dancing in the fields with wild abandon!
Family friendly! The Summer Solstice Music Fest is perfect for kids of all ages, so bring the whole family to enjoy hula hooping, henna body art, face painting, hair braiding, creative painting, badminton, tours ... and much, much more!
Great food and drink will be available for purchase onsite. So mark your calendar today, and join us with your friends and family on Saturday, June 23rd at Cedarbrook Farms for all the love, laughter, lip-smacking food, libations, and live music your heart can handle!
For up-to-date information about HOOFSTOCK, please visit and JOIN the HOOFSTOCK Event Page: HERE
PRE-PURCHASE* YOUR TICKETS FOR SAVINGS & READ ABOUT THE BANDS: HERE
*Ticket price does not include processing fee
**2 adults with dependent children
All proceeds go to support the programs at Northwest Equine Stewardship Center (NWESC) - a horse rehabilitation, community resource, advocacy, education, and wellness organization.
GELDING CLINIC - May 6, 2018
After 10-clock hours, and TWO HUNDRED and THIRTY volunteer hours - 7 stallions and colts were gelded … time to celebrate!
On Sunday, May 6th at NWESC, the ‘village’ came together, once again, to collaboratively face, head on, arguably the worst problem horses, donkeys, ponies, and mules face today: overpopulation, and all the terrible effects that this problem brings with it (abandonment, starvation, neglect, horrific slaughter transport conditions, to name a few) . It is estimated that 140,000 homeless, beautiful equines are sent to slaughter annually. ANNUALLY. Now, due to a group of extraordinary people listed below – veterinarians, licensed vet techs, veterinary students, amazing NWESC volunteers, wonderful horse-families, and rescues - there will be 7 less equines contributing to the issues surrounding overpopulation!
A huge thank you to those who made this amazing day possible:
Dr Hannah Mueller (Cedarbrook Veterinary Care)
Dr Krystal Grant (Arlington Veterinary Hospital)
Dr Eric Renner (Rainland Farm Equine Clinic)
13 Washington State University Veterinary Students (you know who you amazing human beings are!)
Jill Gallie, LVT
Diane Garwood, Certified Practitioner of Healing Touch for Animals
Meg Brooks and John Barry
Hannah Sykes and the rest of the Cedarbrook Farm Staff
The NWESC Board of Directors
… and especially the DJ&T Foundation for providing us with the funding for this gelding clinic - allowing us to increase the number of castrations we can perform over the next 12 months, and allowing us to help those in our community most in need.
And finally, a tremendous expression of gratitude to the families and rescues who love their equines enough to know how important it was to take advantage of this gelding clinic opportunity.
You are all heroes in our book. It has been an honor to know and work with you!
And if you'd like to support our ongoing efforts to bring the community together to help horses, please join us at HOOFSTOCK - our summer solstice benefit music fest - on Saturday June 23rd!
See more information above.
With tremendous gratitude,
WELCOME OUR NEWEST BOARD MEMBER
NWESC is thrilled and honored to introduce you to Lisa Miller, as we welcome her to our Board of Directors!
Get to know Lisa HERE.