It’s a big week for Glade Run Adventures as the horses, sheep, and minis are moving over to their new (temporary) home a half mile from the main campus. With much help from the Maintenance Department, the finishing touches are coming together and the horses are already happily munching in their new fields. The chickens, bunny and cats can currently still be found on the main campus and will be here a bit longer until their enclosures are moved, or in the case of the cats, until it becomes too unsafe in the area for them to roam around.
We are hoping to take some folks on tours of the new location (please get in touch if you’d like to schedule!) and until then, feel free to stop by 40 Muntz Run Rd. to check out the new barn!
To reach the farm: turn left leaving the main campus onto Rt. 68 (heading away from main Street) Drive approximately 1/2 mile to the first road on your left, Muntz Run. The first driveway on your left is it!
About the Author
Julie Wahlenmayer, Director of Adventures
Julie has been with Glade Run since 1996, shortly after graduating from Slippery Rock University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies. Her experiences in animal and horticultural assisted therapies at Glade Run lead Julie to complete her Master’s Degree in Counseling at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Julie’s desire to connect individuals with the natural world around them, combined with her equestrian training and love of gardening, helped to shape our Adventures Program into the exemplary program that it is today. Julie’s vision for Glade Run Adventures is for it to become a model for social, emotional and physical growth and learning.