Thomasville Times Enterprise

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June 27, 2012

Pebble Hill to host Horse and Dog Days of Summer

THOMASVILLE — Everyone has heard of the “dog days of summer,” but how about the “Horse and Dog Days of Summer”?

“Horses and Dog Days of Summer” are coming to Pebble Hill this Friday, and on July 13 and July 20.  Enjoy activities designed for adults and children to share. The fun lasts from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m. and all participants are invited to then stay for a “brown bag” lunch in the Cow Barn.

Pebble Hill has historically been the home of well-bred horses and well-bred dogs so for the “Horse and Dog Days of Summer” activities will be in keeping with Pebble Hill history.  All crafts and tours have been designed with little ones in mind, but will also be fun for participating adults.

See Thursday's edition for more details.

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