What is BONANZA?
Bonanza is a fundraising and community fellowship event sponsored by Bailey & Oliver's Kids Foundation. This annual cowboy-themed event will take place Friday, May 10th, 2019, 4:00 - 9:00 pm at the Oliver Ranch in Highfill, Arkansas. Enjoy great food, music, dancing, horse events and a silent auction. Over 500 people attended Bonanza in 2018!
There is no charge to attend BONANZA. Money raised by the event for the Kids Foundation comes through sponsorships, donations, the silent auction, and other activities during Bonanza. Guests are encouraged to bring cash for the silent auction, tips and games.
Who is invited? The invitation is open to friends of friends, of friends, of friends, and so on! If you're reading this...you're invited.
Bonanza Saloon: A variety of beverages are offered at the Bonanza Saloon. (A PHOTO ID is required to visit the Bonanza Saloon.)
What do you wear to BONANZA? Attire is ....comfortable; but cowboy boots and hats are always welcome! Where is Bonanza? Bonanza is held at the Oliver Ranch, 12757 W. Hwy 264. Highfill, AR. (On Hwy 264, go 1 mile west of the southern entrance of XNA airport. Ranch will be on the left.)
Come and join us for an hour or stay for the entire event!
Watch crazy horse events!
Dance the night away and make new friends!
BONANZA is held at Sach & Codi Oliver's ranch in Highfill, AR.
All proceeds from BONANZA support hOofin' iT, Occupational Therapy Services (Hippotherapy).
Bailey & Oliver's Kids Foundation supports hOofin' iT, Occupational Therapy Services. hOofin' iT, Occupational Therapy Services, is a Hippotherapy program providing equine-assisted activities to children with developmental disabilities.
What is Hippotherapy? Hippotherapy is a form of physical, occupational and speech therapy in which a therapist uses the characteristic movements of a horse to provide carefully graded motor and sensory input. A foundation is established to improve neurological function and sensory processing, which can be generalized to a wide range of daily activities. The movement of the horse is a means to a treatment goal when utilizing hippotherapy as a treatment strategy. ('Hippo' is derived from the Greek word 'hippos' meaning horse.)
Learn more about the Kids Foundation and hOofin' iT: http://www.baileyoliverlawfirm.com/pages/community/bailey-oliver-kids-foundation/