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ask the experts

Have you ever just wanted to have a conversation with a vet or a horse show judge? If your answer is YES, here’s your chance. N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center will host a virtual, “Ask the Expert,” twice a month. 

Our guest “Expert” will begin with a short educational presentation, followed by an open discussion. This will give everyone the opportunity to ask questions. Our “Expert” will be open to any questions you may have about the topic being presented. Check out the list below for the many interesting topics we will be presenting.

These sessions will be digitally presented online through a Zoom meeting. Once you register you will receive an email giving you the link to join the meeting. These are free classes and you can sign up through Eventbrite at https://asktheexperts.eventbrite.com.   You can sign up for all classes or just the ones that interest you. Each class will start promptly at 7:30 p.m. and last approximately an hour. The classes do have limited capacity, so sign up early!

February 16, 2021:  Open Show Judge Robyn Nunnally, Mechanics of Dressage 

February 25, 2021:  First Flight Mobile Vet Jessica Stumph, Acupuncture/Chiro

March 16, 2021:   Teena Middleton with Ezium Magnesium Supplement

March 23, 2021:  Tim Ketterman Open show Judge Open Questions

April 13, 2021:  Open Show Judge Greg Sloan, Open Questions 

April 20, 2021:  Jessica Manning, Equine Pulse Therapy

If you have questions about the registration process, or if you need accommodations for persons with disabilities please contact Tom Harrell at 252-232-2262 or email tpharrel@ncus.edu no later than five business days before the event.