Mylestone Equine Rescue is having an open house Oct. 9, offering a chance to see the horses they’ve saved and meet people who care about animals (but don’t bring your dogs, some of these horses might be scared of them.)
The woman who runs Mylestone, Susankelly Thompson, explains what happens from noon-4 p.m. at 227 Still Valley Road, Pohatcong.
“When you arrive at open house, you will see Mylestone at its very best. All the horses are freshly cleaned and brushed; there are tents all about the farm with information, Mylestone merchandise, volunteer sign-ups and everyone’s favorites–the bake sale and our great silent auction. It takes a lot of volunteer hours to pull this one afternoon together, and we do it all for you. We want you to get the best picture possible of all that Mylestone Equine Rescue entails.”
Rain date is Oct. 16.