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Spend Family Day being Empowered By Horses Feb 11

Released by Carla Webb, EBH


oin us for a relaxing visit in nature. Forget your to do list and simply enjoy the richness of the moment.


What does Family Day mean to you? Connection, Love, Gratitude? At Empowered by Horses we invite you to celebrate your family at our farm. Leave your computer at home and cell phone in the car. Spend time in nature with horses and learn about our programs for 2013.


Give each of your family members a gift; the gift of connection

Why our farm? Empowered by Horses is located at Anam Cara Farm and Learning Center seven acres of gentle rolling grassland and aged maple-cedar forest on the Langley-Abbotsford border. It is home to six horses (two of them minis!), five sheep, five heritage hens, four cats, and three dogs. Deer and coyotes are regular visitors as well as the raven and eagle who soar the sky above. Anam Cara is a serene spot of paradise to enjoy time with your family.

Research strongly suggests that families that play together stay together

Our Family Day Open House at Cara Anam begins at 10 am until 1 pm Our goal is for you to have a quiet and relaxing visit. We have seven acres to stroll while you enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and a plate of goodies. Once you sign up and reserve your spot you will be given a welcome email that provides further details on our location.

Disconnect from the busy-ness of your day and connect with us

This special open house experience is only $10 per family (up to four members) rain or shine!


Visit the horses
Watch the sheep
Enjoy a warm beverage and snack
Take a stroll to the Grandpa tree
Ask about our programs
Relax and Enjoy your family

The event runs from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M.

Please click here to sign up. In order to best accommodate your family, we request pre-registration.


For more information about Empowered By Horses, visit


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Photo credit: Fable loves people more than horses!



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