Head, Hearts, and Hooves 4-H group is hosting a Valentine's day Barn Sleepover
Ages 7-16 (Parents are not permitted to stay)
There will be two adults on property, both are CPR trained. Both are volunteers cleared through Pinellas County and Florida state 4-H. One is a level two volunteer through the Pinellas County School system who has attended all necessary child protection training's given through the system. There will also be a teenager attending who is a certified babysitter (CPR certified as well).
All of the funds raised through this event will be put towards sending the Saddle Up Riding Club Special Olympics Team to their state competition and towards sending some of the 4-H members to their area show.
Children can be dropped off as early as 4:30 pm on the 14th , we will be having pizza for dinner however if they do not wish to eat pizza they are allowed to pack a their own food. We will be providing water, soda, snacks, and breakfast. We will be playing two family friendly movies. If you do not wish for your child to stay over night for the sleepover, they may attend the movies. If this is the case please select the non-riding ticket option. If so children can be picked up at any time of the night preferably before 11:30 pm. Those who secure a riding spot will do a 30 minute morning horse ride on our back trial or in arena depending on ability of riders. Those that do not secure a riding spot may also attend and participate in all other activities providing they chose the non-riding option. We ask parents to please pick up all children by 11am on the 15th. IF YOUR CHILD IS SIGNED UP FOR THE FEB 15th BARNTIME they may stay through for the remainder of the day however they must either bring a lunch for Saturday or money for McDonald's we will run and get them lunch between the campout and barntime. If they are staying the entire day please be aware they may be required to do barn chores. If you are picking up your child any earlier then 11am please refrain from securing them a riding spot.Unlike our past sleepovers children will not be sleeping in tents, instead will be camping in the barn aisle so please make sure everyone brings pillows and blankets to sleep on.
Campers may bring:
Campers may NOT bring
If any campers have any medical needs or medications please notify trainers of this. Medication can be kept with our instructors, monitored, and given when indicated by parents. We will also have basic first aid on hand.
Please note if there are any bullying or issues between campers parents of all parties participating in any sort of drama will be contacted and asked to pick their children up.