“Off Season” at TIEC (image courtesy of TIEC e-Newsletter)

Even though it’s “off season” at the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC), the place is still full of “seasonal” life and activity.

According to the TIEC e-Newsletter of 12-14-15, the holiday lights are in place through the New Year. So, if you have not been out for a visit, a drive out to see the lights might be a good first step.

If you missed the “inaugural” Tryon Traditions Christmas Market, be sure to mark your calendar so that you do not miss the Market in 2016. 52 vendors were there for the “inaugural” Market along with approximately 5000 shoppers!

There will be a New Year’s Party as well, so visit www.tryon.com for more details and prices.

Dining goes on through the year at TIEC with several choices, depending on your tastes: Blue Ginger Sushi & Noodles, Roger’s Diner and Legend’s Grille. Do not forget to check the above-mentioned website for dining hours of operation.

You do not have to be an equestrian enthusiast to find something fun to do at TIEC, so plan your visit today. Remember, “Nearly Perfect, Always Tryon.”