[BELLINGHAM, WA] – Kick up your heels and be prepared to have a grand time at the annual Bluegrass Bash to benefit Animals as Natural Therapy. The family fun filled Bash will be held on Saturday, July 11, 4-9pm at Windy Acres Farm, 721 Van Wyck Road in Bellingham.
Partake in some good ‘ole fashioned family fun with live bluegrass music by Prozac Mtn Boys and Moongrass, dancing, interactive games for all ages, up close and personal animal encounters and a tasty salmon barbecue. Admission is $10/youth, $20/adult (under 10 are free). All proceeds support the programs offered through Animals as Natural Therapy. By attending this fundraising event, you’ll not only have a terrific time, you’ll also help Animals as Natural Therapy build a strong “safety net” for some of our community’s most vulnerable youth, teens and adults by creating opportunities for hope, healing and increased self-worth.
Parking is available at Bank of the Pacific, 4124 Hannegan Road, Bellingham, WA. Free shuttle service will be available to and from the farm. There will be limited parking onsite for families with car seats and visitors with disabilities.
About Animals as Natural Therapy
Over the last 15 years Animals as Natural Therapy has touched the lives of thousands of adults and youth, many of whom are under-served, at-risk and low-income. The experiential learning model practiced at Animals as Natural Therapy is based on the knowledge that animals can help humans develop important life skills such as mutual respect, trust, clear communication and leadership. At Windy Acres Farm, a peaceful, secluded spot is provided that offers unique healing work for the animals and their human partners. The ultimate goal is for individuals to learn to become a positive, powerful force within the community’s schools, families and workforce. Animals as Natural Therapy continues to make a difference by directly transforming the lives of more than 400 youth, families and veterans annually.
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