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Posted: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 12:00 am

The World of Wonders Science Museum and Hospice of San Joaquin are pleased to present Drivers and Drovers on April 20 at Stokes and den Hartog Farms in the countryside of Lodi.

Start the evening with a horse-drawn wagon ride through the vineyards and orchards at den Hartog Farms, followed by the opportunity to "Ride the Clydes" and then proceed to neighboring Stokes Farms, where you will be entertained by magic, music, a live auction, raffle, art show and chuck wagon-style BBQ.

Sargents Equestrian Center, All Seasons Carriage, and Cal Crush are providing authentic wagons pulled by award-winning draft horses and escorted by Outriders.

Tickets are $100 each or $175 per couple, and are available at World of Wonders Science Museum, 2 North Sacramento St., Lodi; Hospice of San Joaquin, 3888 Pacific Ave., Stockton; and online at www.hospicesj.org. Western wear is encouraged, and this event is for folks 21 and older.

Any questions, call Barbara den Hartog at 209-327-2201 or Sharon Stokes at 209-712-3362.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Proceeds from this event will benefit Hospice of San Joaquin and the World of Wonders Science Museum.

Sharon Stokes

Lodi

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