If you have never been the to Equine Voices property in Amado, AZ, Tucson Tails recommends that you go. It’s a beautiful, sprawling special kind of place away about 35 minutes south of Tucson’s downtown.
When: Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013
11 am – 3 pm
Where: Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary, Amado, AZ
Mosey on down and celebrate the holiday season with the horses and burros where you can:
–Tour the sanctuary and meet Gulliver, mascot and symbol of horse rescue
–Meet new orphaned Navajo foals and wild burro babies
–Watch horse training demonstrations
–Listen to fabulous music by Tucson’s own Amber Norgaard
–Eat food from Tommy DiMaggio’s On the Road Café
–Buy crafts by local artisans
–Shop for holiday gifts at Gulliver’s Store
Directions: From Tucson and the north, take I-19 to Exit 56 (Canoa), enter roundabout and take Canoa Ranch Dr. East, (under the freeway). At the second stop sign, turn right onto frontage road. Turn left onto Elephant Head Rd. The road will bend left and change names. Take the second right, Dove Way, and follow until pavement ends. Equine Voices is on the left at 1600 W. Dove Way.
From the south, take I-19 to Exit 48, Arivaca Rd. Turn right off the exit. Turn left at stop sign. Turn right onto Elephant Head Rd. Follow the remaining directions above.
Please, no dogs allowed except for service animals. Thank-you!
Check out the website for more information about Equine Voices. If you cannot make the open house but want to help the horses and burros, consider checking out Gulliver’s $10/month club and upward. Every little bit helps…