The generous accountants at Malvin, Riggins + Company, PC have climbed into the saddle as the title sponsor of Cowboys Uncorked to benefit Dream Catchers at the Cori Sikich Therapeutic Riding Center. “Cowboys” and “Cowgirls” are invited to ride in to the Williamsburg Winery on Sunday, November 8, 2015, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., for the 4rd annual event.
Cowboys Uncorked, presented by Malvin, Riggins + Company, PC, a Certified Public Accounting firm, will feature a rodeo theme complete with cowboy fare, country line dancing hosted by Colonial DJs and Country Bootleggers Dance Studio, “quick draw” gunslinger competition and new for 2015, a “hats & boots” competition and a “flip the cards” raffle.
The event will include its popular local celebrity “arrestees” who are currently raising “bail” donations. The “most wanted” for 2015 are: Ike Carter, Patti DeBlass, Sally Derrig, Sal Fanelli, Robert Hill, Curt Iverson, Ellen and Bill Kelso, Carol and David Lands, Heather Lutz, Larry Molnar, Tim Newens, Sue Pearce, David Ricker, Barbara Schuler, Anthony Scordo, Leighton Strader (a.k.a. “Miss Julia”), The Pilates Center and “Mick Jagger” the therapy horse.
Proceeds from the event are used to support the mission of Dream Catchers, a non-profit organization that provides 100 life-changing therapeutic riding lessons and other horse related activities each week to children and adults with special needs in Hampton Roads and Richmond.
Cowboys Uncorked is also being made possible thanks to other generous sponsors including Jailhouse Sponsors Susan and Tom Chamberlain, Boot Scootin Boogie Sponsor EVB and major in-kind sponsors: The Williamsburg Winery, Big Top Entertainment, The Catering Company, Wedmore Place and Shawel’s TV & Appliance.
Tickets are on sale now for $50 per person. Cowboys and Cowgirls may purchase tickets as well as post bail for arrestees online or by calling (757) 566-1775. Attire is jeans and boots – heels and wingtips are outlawed.
For more information about Dream Catchers at the Cori Sikich Therapeutic Riding Center, please call (757) 566-1775 or visit dreamcatchers.org.