There's nothing more precious than your pet's photo with Santa Claus! And my friends at Tri-County Humane Society are taking the snapshots this Saturday for a small $10 donation to help the rescues. So bring your pet for a Ho Ho Ho fun photo with the big man himself.
Volunteers at the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast’s two thrift stores in Stuart are promising pure chocolate and pure fun at Santa’s Chocolate Festival. This first-time event will take place on Sat., Dec. 7, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at both thrift stores: Thrift Store Central, 2585 SE Federal Highway, Stuart and Thrift Store North, 1099 NW 21st Street, Stuart.
All holiday inventory will be on sale and will include one-of-a-kind gifts. The festival also will feature professional pet and people photos with Santa sponsored by JC Penny Portrait Studios. No appointment is needed. A donation of $10 is requested and pictures will be available to take home the same day. In addition, there will be pet adoptions at both locations and a “More Than a Coffee Break” station, which will feature coffee, tea or a soft drink to go along with homemade tasty treats.
Store Manager Terry Arnett said the home baked goods should satisfy those with a sweet tooth.
“We will have a delectable selection of chocolately goodness baked and presented with care by our talented volunteers,” said Arnett.
For more information, call Terry Arnett at 772-286-6909.
Come join me and Bill Adams at this incredible event at the Delray Beach Golf Club tonight!! Yummy food, silent auction and more to benefit Dezzy's Second Chance Rescue.
I saw this on Facebook and this pretty much sums it up, not only for Thanksgiving but every day of the year. I know it's tempting but our pets' digestive systems are different and some of these foods like grapes and chocolate can actually be fatal! So resist the temptation and feed your pet yummy and nutritious pet food and treats. Find out more at www.irresistiblepets.net Happy Thanksgiving!!
This is so sweet and special and made possibly by Genesis Assistance Dogs. Please reach out to them if you'd like more information.
Kids Reading to Dogs Program
Rosarian Academy has started a "kids reading to dogs" program at their school! The "kids reading to dogs" program with Jodi will be called Puppy Tales with Jodi. The main objective of a program like this is to provide a relaxed atmosphere where students can practice their reading skills without fear of judgment. It's also just plain fun and builds excitement about reading!
The program is for students who have difficulty reading or who may be too self-conscious reading aloud in front of their peers. They will come to the library for approximately 20 minutes at a time and enjoy one on one time with Jodi while improving their reading skills.
The library at Rosarian Academy has a book basket filled with Jodi's favorite books just waiting for students. She has a busy calendar and students are reserving spots early!