Our Mission: “Horses Healing Humans" exists to enrich the lives of people with special challenges through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies.

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Farm to Stable Dinner

Seats are now available on a limited first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are $120 per person, or $1,000 for a table of 10.
The evening will include an Al Fresco dinner on the Horses Healing Humans grounds featuring locally sourced and ethically grown cuisine, local wine and live music. The organization has even turned their indoor area into a dance
hall, combining dinner with their annual barn dance. The combination of the two events proves to be one of the biggest events in the non-profit’s history. Enjoy a cocktail reception and silent auction followed by a fresh five-course dinner with wine pairings, concluding with live music and dancing.
All proceeds benefit equine assisted activities and therapeutic programs for individuals with special challenges.Inline image 1

Reminder: Summer Camp Starts July 10!!

HHH is beginning its 6th annual summer camp! Children ages 6-14 are encouraged to spend their summer break outside working on horsemanship, art, nature awareness, and fun! Contact Lee.Paradis@gmail.com to reserve your spot today!

Changing of the Guard

Heartfelt gratitude is extended to our departing BOD members Stefana Pecher, who has served the maximum 6 year term, and Jessica Morrissey who has completed a 2 year term. They have been instrumental in keeping HHH going through many transitional phases. Big welcome to Harold Packman & Jenna Moore for assuming BOD positions as Treasurer and Secretary.

Congratulations to Volunteer Coordinator Kristin LeClair, who is leaving HHH to pursue her dreams of establishing her own farm in Vermont. Warm Welcome to Kara Tedford, recent UNH graduate, who will be assuming Kristin’s role as well as teaching as a PATH Certified Instructor.

Jenna Moore and Bella (left), Kara Tedford and George (right).