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An Easter Fair with a twist
It is the season of the Easter Bunny and loads and loads of chocolate. The Easter Fairs are fast approaching. A day spent bathing in the sun with large crowds seems ever so enticing. This year, make it a habit to support a good cause with an Easter Fair that will have you screaming with fun and seeing the good that has made up the Easter spirit.
The Ryde Easter Fair on Sunday the 29th of March 2015 is an excellent example of a great non for profit with equally wonderful attractions and markets. Riding for the Disabled, Ryde Centre is holding an Easter Fair in hopes to raise funds for their therapeutic horse-riding programs for disabled children and adults.
Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia (RDAA) is a voluntary and not for profit organisation which provides anyone with a disability to enjoy horse-related activities and caters for individuals with different life-changing programs.
RDAA has programs for people with disabilities such as Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and many others. To see more of who they help through their horse riding programs, click here They are able to change lives proven by their many success stories and testimonials. This can also be found at the above link.
The Ryde Centre Easter Fair will include the Free Easter Hat Contest, judged on the day by Maria Venuti, Car Boot Sales, many many market stalls with plenty to see, Clydesdale Hay Rides, Dog Flyball, Devonshire Teas, pony rides, brekkie and sausage sizzle, raffles, live entertainment all day and much much more.
Go for the brekkie - a classic Eggs Benedict
The Easter Fair receives no funding and the event will contribute the funds directly to the maintenance of the Centre and the horses to ensure that anyone with a disability can enjoy the pleasure and delight of riding a horse.
If you would like to have more information on the Easter Fair, click here
For a Sunday of fun, don't forget to save the date. In the season and spirit of Easter, it is the Easter Fair that is not to be missed.