The purpose of Many Hearts, One Farm is to educate and inspire our team, clients and the communities that we serve. The Many Hearts, One Farm logo reminds us that no one heart is better or more important than the other because we need each one in order to make different but beautiful colors. Just like every paint color on a palette, everyone who walks through the doors of Main Stay plays an equally important part in our mission.

Honoring Our Veterans

On Veteran's Day, we honor and remember all those who served in the military. These are the men and women who gave and risked everything for their country. Horses have also served an important role in the military and have been given places of honor for their bravery. These horses have been loyal companions to soldiers carrying their riders, supplies, and the wounded through war zones often being seriously wounded themselves. Some of these horses have been memorialized through statues and even movies, such as War Horse. You can read some of these incredible stories of loyalty and bravery through the link below: 

The PonyPost: In Honor of Veteran’s Day: 3 Real-life War Horses That Changed History

Thank you to all who served in the military, both past and present, two-legged and four-legged!



Upcoming Holidays | Celebrations | Awareness Days

November 1st

  • Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead: (Mexico) A day honoring and celebrating the friends and loved ones who have passed away.

  • All Saint’s Day: (Christian) A day honoring all the saints of the church.

  • Karaka Chaturthi or Karva Chauth: (Hindu) A day where men and women pray for the safety and longevity of their partners. 

  • First Day of Native American Heritage Month: (U.S.) Celebrating the cultures and histories of the nation’s first people.

November 2nd

  • All Soul’s Day: (Christian) A day of remembrance and prayer for those who have passed on. 

November 11th

  • Veteran’s Day: (U.S.) A day honoring military veterans of the Armed Forces. 

November 12th

  • Diwali: (Hindu) A celebration of light and the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. 

November 15th

  • Bhai Dooj: (Hindu) A day celebrating the bond between siblings. 

November 17th

  • Chhath: (Hindu) A day celebrating the Sun God and offering him gratitude. 

November 23rd

  • Thanksgiving Day: (U.S.) A feast of giving thanks and celebrating the harvest

November 24th 

  • Native American Heritage Day: (U.S.) Celebrating the cultures and histories of the nation’s first people. 

Be sure to check out the live Calendar through the link below! You can view the entire year by clicking the blue arrows at top left of the calendar.

View the Entire 2023 Calendar >>>

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