Saddles of Joy gears up for Saturday’s Harvest Hoedown

Saddles of Joy and Special Olympics Arizona are teaming up to celebrate the return of better weather with the “Joyville Harvest Hoedown!”

Joyville Harvest Hoedown Play Day Celebration & Fundraiser
Saturday, October 17, 2015 – 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Saddles of Joy
2749 W Co 14 ½ St, Yuma, AZ 85365

Admission is canned goods collected for Crossroads Mission.
Children’s activities include face painting, stage performances by The Colorado River Riders, a pumpkin decorating, horseback rides, petting farm, playground and more!
Camden Concessions will provide food and refreshments and we’ve invited many special guests from Yuma to join us!
Trip-Tip dinner tickets will be available during the day while they last!


Joyville Harvest Hoedown Dinner & Show Celebration & Fundraiser
Saturday, October 17, 2015 – 5 p.m. – 9 p.m
Yuma Mounted Posse Grounds

The Yuma County Sheriff’s Posse Tri Tip Dinner is on the menu for this special occasion- delicious!
Performing is Yuma’s own White Horse Band and Grant Nunmaker! The Colorado River Riders will join us for dinner and mingle in period costume.

Dinner/concert tickets ($25) will be a availabe while they last through Saturday. Your dinner/concert ticket numbers will be entered into a drawing for restaurant gift certificates! We have a $10 certificate for Copper Miner Kitchen, a $20.00 gift certificate for Z Fun Factory, and a $50.00 gift certificate for Frankie Franks!!

General Admission ($15) can be purchased at the gate- children 12 and under will be admitted free or better yet- bring a can for the Crossroads Mission food drive.


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Proceeds are for local non-profits,  Saddles of Joy & Special Olympics Arizona – River Area, and the food drive is for Crossroads Mission.

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