Click here to secure your spot in the Society’s first ever humane education summer camps!
Helping Hooves is perfect for young animal welfare advocates with an interest in equine humane education at New England’s premier horse shelter.
Each day there will be hands-on, fun experiences and educational activities aimed at engaging young horse lovers. Through interactive exercises and featured guest presenters, Helping Hooves campers will have the opportunity to explore animal-related careers, learn about animal welfare issues, and spend time with our rescued horses.
Please note that Helping Hooves is not a riding camp; there will be opportunities for campers to have direct interaction with the rescued horses, including grooming, however, riding will not be offered.
The first camp session will be held Monday, July 15th through the Friday, July 19th and is designed for students entering 5th or 6th grade during the 2019/2020 school year.
The second session is Monday, July 29th through Friday, August 2nd and is designed for students entering 7th or 8th grade during the 2019/2020 school year.
Registration is limited to 12 campers per session, so don’t wait!