All of our programs include time with the horses. This time may include learning how to groom, feed, lead, and ride the horses. Safety around horses is very important and is covered at the beginning of each of our programs. Other activities include learning horse anatomy, constructing obstacle courses, decorating the horses for nursing home parades, and observing herd behavior. Due to time constraints, not all programs include all of the activities listed above.
Dates and time s to be added soon! If interested in any of the below programs, please contact our Administrative Director by email: email@example.com, or by phone: 507-822-0526. Thank you!
Reinbows Reads- Spring
Available for 4th-8th grade students who would like assistance with homework & reading. Points earned during the program can be used at Reinbows’ Barn!
3:30 – 5:00pm, Mondays and Wednesdays.
Girls Support Group
Girls Support Group is an after school program for ages 10-14. The program is designed to help individuals develop confidence and learn how to succeed. It will include group time, crafts and horse time.
Life Skills & Horses
Originally two separate programs, Self-Esteem and Life Skills & Horses have been combined into one program open to boys and girl ages 8 to 15. This 4-week long program is held twice per week, in two groups led by qualified volunteers. This program was originally developed to help youth gain self esteem by giving them the skills necessary to face personal challenges. See a sample program curriculum by clicking on the link above. Cost: $200.00, Scholarship applications available.
Summer Horse Camp
For those who love horses and want to learn more about how to feed them, care for them, and ride them! Horse camp is 4 hours per day for 5 days. Cost: $250.00.
This group will include crafts, horse time, and fun opportunities to “pay it forward” (help yourself by helping others).
Reinbows Reads- Fall
Available for 4th-8th grade students who would like assistance with homework & reading. Points earned during the program can be used at Reinbows’ Barn! Kids meet at Reinbows after school from 3:30 – 5:00pm, Mondays and Wednesdays. Class space limited, must be registered to attend.
Reinbows also offers seminars for large groups of children from area schools. Topics include bullying, healthy living, and self-esteem. Please contact us for availability and scheduling.
Anti-Bullying & Self-Esteem Family Seminars
In these NEW community seminars our horses will teach families how to handle issues such as bullying, anger management, healthy choices, self-esteem and conflict resolution. Saturday mornings, one hour.
Women, Health & Horses
Led by Dr. Mary Olson, this one day seminar will cover topics on how to live a healthy lifestyle. Time & Date TBA.
For more information on any of programs, please feel free to return this pre-registration form and we will send an application along with more details.
You may also contact Damon Weinandt at 507-822-0526 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you!