LIBBYFEST 2009! Saturday November 7th 6-10pm

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Area 405 is pleased to host LIBBYFEST 2009! Saturday November 7th 6-10pm

Libbyfest is a fund raiser for City Ranch, Inc. City Ranch is a not for profit organization whose mission is to give urban children lifelong memories on the backs of horses while providing accessible and affordable horseback riding to the Greater Baltimore Community.

Anyone who has interacted with horses knows the strong impact horses can and do have on our lives. Please join us in raising awareness and funds to keep City Ranch trotting along!

Yes! there will be live horses at this event!!!

Dress: Best English or Western attire and boots of course
Tickets are just $30.00 per person and children under 12 are FREE! – all proceeds go to City Ranch, Inc.
Refreshments include Soda, Wine, Beer, Snacks- and Hay for the horses, of course!
Silent Auction includes artwork and Have your picture taken on a horse.
For more information and ticket reservation or donations, contact

Kip and Denise Wyatt 410.925.2740
Ahesahmahk Dahn 410.456.2195
Barbara Alsina 443.386.6524

City Ranch, a non-profit community equestrian educational organization, incorporated in February 2007
City Ranch brings Baltimore a horsemanship program to help refocus children’s behaviors, challenge them to achieve, and put some fun in the “hood”.

Area 405 is located at 405 East Oliver Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 – for directions or more information about Area 405 and its all volunteer staff go to

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