May 4: Hooves & Heroes at Camelot
May 4, Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship will open its gates to the public to celebrate the Kentucky Derby at its 12th Annual Hooves & Heroes family event. Admission is free, hats are encouraged!
Join the fun at 6250 E. Jomax Rd. in Scottsdale from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Meet Coughdrop, Paladin and the rest of the Camelot therapy horses. There will be activities and games for the kids and a live broadcast of the Kentucky Derby. Enjoy live music by local musician Karen Dawson, and try for a chance at great raffle prizes and silent auction gifts.
Barbecue lunch will be provided by Bruce Brown Catering at a cost of $10 per adult, $5 for children. Beer, wine, “mint tulips” (our non-alcoholic version of the mint julep) and cupcake desserts will be available for sale.
Even bigger than the derby, Camelot students and instructors will be putting on a live performance for all visitors. You don’t want to miss it!
Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship is a non-profit organization that teaches horsemanship to children and adults who have physical disabilities, and is planning to expand its services to include children affected by autism. Camelot has been offering all services at no cost to students for 30 years.