Epona 2015 postponed

Due to circumstances beyond control, organizers have announced Epona 2015 is postponed until next year.

Epona 2015 (‘Great Mare’ – the goodness and protector of horses) was organized as a gala fundraiser for the Comox Valley Therapeutic Riding Society featuring music, dinner and an opportunity to meet the horses.

It was set for Sept. 26 at the CVTRS barn on the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds, but is being rescheduled for May 14, 2016.

Angela Walker, CVTRS event and fundraising co-ordinator, noted Epona 2016 will be an outdoor event under elegant tents.

If you have a ticket for Epona 2015, someone from CVTRS will contact ticket holders.

For more information, email wfec@telus.net or visit the Epona Facebook page.

 

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