Our Donkey Wedding is less than a month away! On Saturday, May 11th at Taylor-Bray Farm in Yarmouth Port, Latham Centers’ miniature donkeys Esther and Esau will be “getting hitched” – and the wedding will take place rain or shine!
While our volunteer donkey wedding event committee has been busy making plans for the special day, our adult residents who work with the donkeys have also played an important support role. Latham adult resident Jen and our donkey trainer Kristiane Thompson welcomed us to observe the vocational program at a recent photo and video session. The donkeys will make a pre-wedding appearance in the Brewster in Bloom parade on Sunday, May 5th, decked out in their wedding finery and walking behind Latham Centers’ “Donkey Wedding” themed float.
Tickets for the Donkey Wedding must be purchased in advance. We are pleased to report that the event is nearly sold out, so if you’d like to join us and have not yet purchased tickets, you can do so here (Link in Bio). Pre-registered guests should plan to stop at the registration table when they arrive at the wedding.
Thank you, Jen and Kristiane, for sharing some moments with the donkeys with our Latham community and beyond! 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
הם הגיעו במיוחד מארצות הברית להתחתן והיה אירוע מהמם !👰🤵💍😍📸
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