Saturday, March 23, 2013 4:19 pm
C.J. was bored. The 14-year-old Welsh pony stood patiently through the third rendition of his owner’s lesson on caring for horses, and he looked a little worse for the wear.
Lodi's All Seasons Carriage Company, its owner Deena Kirby and Jazz the horse are featured in "The Five-Year Engagement."
Friday, April 27, 2012 12:00 am
Jazz, a giant draft horse from Lodi, will be in Downtown tonight celebrating its first big-screen debut.
Deena Kirby demonstrates how to measure the height of a horse in hands. Kirby taught children about grooming and horse safety before she let them paint C.J., a Welsh pony. All Seasons Carriage Company helped Lodi’s World of Wonders Science Museum put on an event called Equinology on Saturday, March 24, 2012. During the event, kids learned about horses.
Deena Kirby teaches children about grooming and horse safety before she let them paint C.J., a Welsh pony. All Seasons Carriage Company helped Lodi’s World of Wonders Science Museum put on an event called Equinology on Saturday, March 24, 2012. During the event, kids learned about horses.
Saturday, December 3, 2011 7:35 pm
Travis trotted down School Street, looking well-groomed as he
knawed on his bit that helped him pull a 900-pound carriage.
Friday, June 10, 2011 12:00 am
The doors are wide open. Costco customers grab carts and start
streaming into the new Lodi store.
On the left are gleaming 55-inch 3D-capable TVs, and employees
waiting to develop film in one hour. On the right are neatly folded
jeans and workers handing out fliers with coupons.
One customer stares at 30 rotisserie chickens spinning in the
Inferno 3500 and while another stops to pick up a loaf of bread. A
nearby employee describes a free sample as "good as a breakfast
item or by itself."
Friday, June 3, 2011 12:00 am
All Seasons Carriage company is offering carriage rides to and
from Downtown Lodi First Friday Art Hop venues tonight. The
horse-drawn wagon will shuttle people along School Street from 6 to
Saturday, April 2, 2011 12:00 am
Ever been intrigued by the history of Downtown Lodi or wonder
who some of the influential people in the city's development were?
All Seasons Carriage, an Acampo company that provides horse-drawn
carriage tours during Downtown events, is expanding its services
and offering historic tours of Lodi.
The 90-minute carriage tour loops around Downtown Lodi and the
surrounding streets as a guide gives facts about Lodi's history —
including who built the city's first library, where famous
residents once lived and where a massive fire leveled a city block
in less than an hour.
Gabrielle Robledo, left, and Bryan Robledo ride a pony owned by All Seasons Carriage Co., Inc. The company has been operated by Deena Kirby for the past six years and provides horse-drawn carriage rides for private parties, corporate events and special occasions. All Seasons Carriage Company is providing pony rides for $5 at the Downtown Lodi Farmers Market every Thursday evening. The rides are located at the south end of School Street from 5 to 9 p.m.
Deena Kirby of All Seasons Carriage gives a carriage ride during last year's Winterfest in Downtown Lodi. (Courtesy photo)
Wednesday, September 10, 2008 10:00 pm
Klip-klop. Klip-klop. Klip-klop. The sound is unmistakable, as majestic horses approach at a leisurely gait. They pass, leaving smiles in their wake.
Deena Kirby puts the tack on one of her Percheron horses on Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, that she uses in her carriage business, All Season’s Carriage, that’s based in Lodi.
Deena Kirby rides her carriage from her business All Seasons Carriage down the road in Lodi on Monday, Sept. 8, 2008.
Deena Kirby, right, hooks her Percheron horses up to a carriage while Vicky Carey helps to keep the horses under control at All Seasons Carriage in Lodi on Monday, Sept. 8, 2008.
Friday, August 11, 2006 10:00 pm
Now Lodi winery hoppers have a new way to take the scenic
Deena Kirby of Lodi drives a pair of white Percherons under the Lodi Arch on Wednesday as they take Naomi McCallum Carey from the Cherokee Memorial Funeral Home to her home on Oak Street for visitation. McCallum died Monday and will be laid to rest today after a mass at St. Anne's at 10 a.m. The restored hearse is part of Kirby's business, All-Season's Carriage Co. (Jennifer M. Howell/News-Sentinel)