A few weeks ago, we received an email from three young entrepreneurs in San Diego who
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Pompano Beach held its Annual Halloween Fair and Horse Show at Sand and Spurs Equestrian Park. The event included a custom show on horseback, face painting, hayrides and bounce house. It was also a chance to socialize and learn about the various programs offered by Bit-By-Bit.
“We offer horse therapy programs for people with autism, cerebral palsy and other developmental disorders,” said Executive Director Kathleen Pegues of Bit-By-Bit Therapeutic Riding Center. She helped run the event. “We also work with wounded veterans. Horseback riding stimulates the muscles, improves balance and coordination and stimulates breathing. It is an excellent form of exercise for people with disabilities and for people who want a good form of exercise.”
Cristina Boariu enjoyed the event. She especially liked being a part of the costume horse show. She celebrated her birthday with her friends.
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The Pompano Beach Green Market is continuing to grow and attract vendors and customers. There are about 50 vendors who offer a wide variety of products including fresh vegetables, baked goods, flowers, meals and arts and crafts. Dary Moller the Green Market Manager said that many of the vendors are from Pompano Beach and they enjoy the opportunity to get to know local residents and sell them their products. There is live entertainment sometimes the vendors will sing for customers. The atmosphere is fun and festive. The Green Market is hosted by the Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Association and the Pompano Beach Historical Society. It will be offered every Saturday through April.