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April 1, 2013

The Fork Farm and Stables prepares for Heritage Days

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“People can go wherever they like on the grounds, it’s all open. We have officials in place to keep people from wandering into an event,” she said.

“Bring the family, come on out and have a picnic,” Jim Cogdell said.

Bernadette said Off the Square will handle all of the catering for Heritage Days, including the VIP Champagne Ladies Dressage Luncheon on Friday. Tickets for the VIP lunch are still available for those interested.

Heritage Days runs April 3-7.

For more information on the Fork and Horse Trials, visit forkstables.com.

To submit story ideas, contact Ian Faulkner at ian@stanlynewspress.com or (704) 982-2121 ext. 21.

 

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