Soaring For Vista Center
On August 4, 2016 the Menlo Charity Horse Show (MCHS) will be kicking off its six-day annual event. The Horse Show is nationally recognized as one of the top shows in the country and raises funds solely for Vista Center. This is the 45th Anniversary for the show which started as a one-day event and has grown to become the USHJA World Champion Hunter Rider Competition and a staunch supporter of Vista Center for the past two decades.
This year, a children’s illustrated book, “Lucy Learns to Fly” will be featured at the MCHS merchandise table throughout the event. Written specifically for Vista Center, it’s a true story about a visually impaired filly that learns how to walk, run, and jump. Limited copies of this wonderful book will be available and all proceeds from the book sales will go directly to Vista Center.
We would love to have you join us at this wonderful event, August 4 – 9, at the Menlo Circus Club. Make a day with family and friends watching beautiful horses perform in the rings, visiting vendors and the stables, and enjoy snacking on food and drinks. Also don’t forget to swing by the merchandise table, we would love to visit with you.
For more information about the Menlo Charity Horse Show, please visit www.menlocharityhorseshow.com. $10 tickets can be purchased at the gate from August 4 – 9.
At Vista Center, we advance our mission of empowering individuals who are blind or visually impaired to embrace life to the fullest by serving individuals of all ages, living in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties, who are threatened by loss of independence due to moderate or severe vision impairment.
Our highly professional and caring staff provides a comprehensive array of individualized rehabilitation services in the client’s own environment, or in one of our two warmly inviting centers, to an ever-increasing number of people who could benefit from them.
"Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a crucial organization that affords individuals the opportunity to live an independent life.
Having grown up with two blind parents I have first hand knowledge of the life changing support Vista Center provides in assisting individuals suddenly faced with blindness."
Jim Plunkett, former Vista Center board member
Vista Center at 3200 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304
Staff and volunteers are settling into the beautiful new Vista Center space at 3200 Hillview Drive, in Palo Alto (at the corner of Hillview Avenue and Porter Drive).
We are open from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday, (Store hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) with all of the services previously offered at our former site on El Camino Real.