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Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT
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Monday, December 31, 2018 at 1:00 PM EST

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Headwaters Tourism
Headwaters Tourism
519-942-0314
real@headwaters.ca

2018 Headwaters Horse Country Stable Tour

Equine businesses owners in Headwaters Horse Country (Town of Caledon, Dufferin County, Town of Erin and King Township) are invited to participate in the 2018 Headwaters Horse Country Stable Tour! New for 2018: we are inviting equine businesses to open their stables to the public on any date(s) throughout the year.

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Business Information (Public Access)

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Location & Event Information

  • Locations that offer special activities, demonstrations and exhibits have traditionally seen the largest number of visitors. It is strongly suggested that you include these types of activities in your program for the tour. Special activity details will be used in our marketing and promotional materials for the event. Please include the timing for such activities as well.

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  • Indicate what site services will be available:

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  • Please provide us with up to three images of your facility. (Please supply maximum quality JPG images; ideally 300 dpi at a minimum size of 4" x 6")

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  • Each participating Headwaters Horse Country Stable Tour site must ensure that health, safety and security issues are addressed in accordance with legal requirements. Public safety and security are of utmost importance. In opening any property to the public, the possibility that personal injury, safety, theft, loss or damage may occur must be considered. Each site must take measures to protect personal belongings, collections or the property itself from theft or vandalism.

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  • Sites should be equipped to provide the following, where possible: Barrier-free access wherever possible (full or partial access) Information about nearby parking (either street or lot parking) A procedure for crowd control and line-ups (barricades, marked entry/exit, etc.) Information about washroom availability Security against theft/destruction of property (attendants, cameras, cordoned off areas, etc.) Health and safety provisions (first aid, fire exits, etc.) Staff/volunteers working during the event should be knowledgeable and be able to provide adequate information to visitors about the site and any associated events happening at the site.

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