Most lovers of Baja Californian wines know Adobe Guadalupe Vineyards & Inn, but few know of the Vineyard’, Equine Therapy Program for children of Baja California – Certified by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International. Adobe Guadalupe has several Raza Azteca horses (official horse of Mexico), that are trained and are part of the program. The ‘Magic Horses of Adobe Guadalupe’ temporary photograph exhibit at the Terra Peninsular Community Center and Gallery, takes you on a tour of the noble and majestic Raza Azteca horse breeding, training and therapy program for children with cerebral paralysis. It starts on January 27th and ends in February 29th, Monday to Friday from 10 am to 7 pm. Check Tru Miller's interview here.
Please join Adobe Guadalupe and Terra Peninsular on Thursday, January 26th from 5 pm to 8 pm to celebrate the opening of this exhibit. Marci Plopper, equine therapy program horse trainer, and Tru Miller, owner of Adobe Guadalupe, will give a brief presentation on the ‘raza azteca’ horses and the program to help children with disabilities; you will also get to know the staff of Terra Peninsular. Free Admission includes a drink and snacks. To attend, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Raza Azteca horses featured in the exhibit are the official horse of Mexico because of their strength, stamina and toughness|
From Baja California wines and horses, Terra goes to Riverside to the 2012 Asian Pacific Lunar New Year Festival that takes place on January 28th; thanks to the support of Mark Schooley and the International Relations Council of Riverside, Mexico Committee, Terra Peninsular will have a stand to talk about the work of environmental conservation and indigenous cultural traditions preservation being done at Riverside’s sister city, Ensenada.
|Approximately ten thousand assistants from Southern California attend the event to witness the traditional songs and dance, parades and information stands|
We also want to remind you on March, the Terra Peninsular Community Center and Gallery will host a environmental digital art exhibit by the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC) Ensenada Campus’ School of Arts, in which artists spent 9 days at Sierra de Juarez, digitally drawing Baja California endemic wildlife and landscapes.
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