Menlo Charity Horse Show Presents Wild Wild West Shindig Benefiting Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Annual Menlo Charity Horse Show presents the Wild Wild West Shindig, a rowdy evening of hat wearing, boot scooting fun at the Menlo Circus Club Clubhouse August 9th, 2019.
The Gala Dinner begins at 5:30pm, and includes hors d’oeuvres, dinner, wining & dining under the oak tree, live auction and Fund-a-Need benefiting Vista Center, gaming, live music by Shane Dwight Country Rock and Blues Band, dessert and late-night snacks.
Limited seating-reservations required:$275 per person.
Entertainment Only option begins at 7:00pm for those who want to get right to the Shindig. Includes gaming, live music by Shane Dwight Country Rock and Blues Band, dessert and late-night snacks. Tickets may be purchased at the door: $125 per person
Proceeds from this evening will benefit Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Tickets are available for purchase at: https://www.menlocharityhorseshow.com/gala
MCHS is a 501(c) (3) organization that started in 1970 as a single day show. We have grown to a multi-day, nationally recognized charity event, raising much-needed funds for various organizations. Currently our charitable partner is Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired.Founded in 1936 Vista has served the local communities with programs that promote independence and improved quality of life for those in need.During our partnership, our show has raised over 6 million dollars for Vista Center.
Since 1987 MCHS has raised over $6,000,000 for Vista Center. These donations from the show represent over 10% of the annual operating budget, which allows Vista Center to maintain a headquarters in Palo Alto, and directly serve its visually impaired community.
Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS)
The Menlo Charity Horse Show, a 501(C)(3) organization recognized as a USEF Heritage Competition, benefits Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired by producing a premiere equestrian event while educating the community on the issues of the visually impaired.