Knox the miniature horse

Milissa Davis, right, will bring Knox the miniature horse to the Watson Branch of the Livingston Parish Library on Saturday, Sept. 15. The event, slated to run from 2-3 p.m., is open to children ages 3-11, and registration is required.

After delighting people in the southern end of the parish, Knox the miniature horse will head north for his next stop.

Knox, a certified therapy horse owned by Watson native Milissa Davis, will visit the Watson Branch of the Livingston Parish Library on Saturday, Sept. 15.

The event, slated to run from 2-3 p.m., is open to children ages 3-11, and registration is required. The Watson Branch is located at 36581 Outback Road.

The popular “Pony Tales” program will include a story and a craft alongside Knox, the 28-month-old, 120-pound, sneaker-wearing mini-horse who came from a breeder near Dallas and now spends his time entertaining at libraries, hospice centers, and in individual settings.

Knox recently visited patrons of the LPL’s South Branch on Saturday, Sept. 8.

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