Family Event/Open House/Fundraiser At Acres Of Hope And Aspirations

Oct. 18, 2010

Come meet Cookie & Daisy, 2 pet deer that are Creatures of Rehab that resides at Acres of Hope & Aspirations Where Healing is Nurtured by Nature. Acres of Hope & Aspirations, a home/farm that provides hope & healing to patients and families affected by brain injury and disability will be holding a community open house/fund raiser/family event on Sunday, October 24, 2010 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Before the Packer’s game.)

Relax by the Gardens of Hope, tour the grounds and let your troubles float away at the Waterfall of Hope. Come see the Tree of Hope in the middle of the great room and tour a home full of hope, warmth and compassion. Seeds of Hope Grow into Strength. Meet the other Creatures of Rehab including Buster the tortoise; Queeny, the pony; Kisses & Little Man, the miniature donkeys; Munchie Moo, the bunny; Jasper & Fieyero, the kitties; Gordy, Papa Drake, Daphne, Adrian, Ruin, Reynold, Forrest, the ducks; Mother Goose & Mr. & Mrs. Pom, the geese; Larry, Daryl & Darryl, the roosters; Midnight, Ruby, Sunrise, Gypsy & Tuesday, the chicken hens; and many more natural creatures of the woods & pond. Restoration of Abilities and Achievement Makes One Proud as a Peacock where you can meet several peacocks including Colonel Puddles, Swayze, Powder, Princess, Sergeant HB, Poseidon; View & sit in the historical log cabin, a part of Muskego history.

Make it a family event, meet the animals, have a photo or two taken, play some games, purchase some treats baked by local school children. Participate in drawings for door prizes. Advance ticket reservations are requested at $5.00/person or $15.00/family of 4 or more. Children under 2 yrs of age are free and ages 3-12 are $3.00 each. Tickets available day of the event at $6.00 each.

All proceeds will share in the opportunity to make a difference for patients and children with special needs that come to the farm and to feed the animals. To reserve your tickets or door prize registration, please call 414-422-4882 or 414-405-4722 or email acreshope@yahoo.com. (Do not need to be present to win the door prizes.)

A brain injury is a silent epidemic that occurs every 19 seconds and that impairs, alters, disables or takes a life. The only true cure is prevention. Protect your head in all that you do. Share in the opportunity to make a difference. Embrace the Hope & Empower the Potential.

Event location is at Acres of Hope & Aspirations located at W147 S7138 Durham Place, Muskego (Go South on Mooreland, past Janesville Road, take 3rd left which is Durham Place & follow to address on right side of road. Durham Place is behind Tess Corner’s School & Bushys)

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