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FENCE Barn Tour features variety of equestrian styles

Published 11:56am Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Carrie Knox, new FENCE executive director said: “I’m so excited to see the exhibitions and barns in this year’s tour, it will add to my knowledge of the area. It seems to me to be a great way to spend a Saturday.”
Along the route to the barns, it is an easy stop off at three local wineries, Green Creek, Parker-Bins and Over-Mountain.
The admission price is all inclusive for all listed events and tickets are available at FENCE on Sat., Nov. 24, or in advance at The Farm House, Little Mountain Farm Supply and The Hay Rack on Rt. 9 and in Landrum on Rt. 14. Visit www.FENCE.org for directions or call 828-859-9021.
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