As a new year - and a new decade - begins, we look forward to the growth and expansion that lies ahead. Behind the scenes, we're working tirelessly to propel the build progress, expand our programming and help more animals and senior pet owners in need. We are so excited to share with you all the latest news as we progress through this pivotal year in the sanctuary's history. Thank you for joining us every step of the way. It's going to be an incredible 2020!
FUNDRAISER FOR AUSTRALIA'S WILDLIFE January 19th, 2:00-3:00pm Location: Newtown Community Center Join the sanctuary and Animal Embassy as we raise funds for WIRES Wildlife Rescue in Australia. Meet the ambassador animals and learn about the unique wildlife from Australia's region. 100% of funds raised will go directly to WIRES.
ALL CREATURES KIND & CARING January 26th, 12:00-2:00pm Location: Reed Intermediate School All animals thrive from kindness but different animals require different support. Come meet farm animals, reptiles, wildlife, exotics and companion animals & learn how to care for them!
WINTER WONDERS: BELIEVE IT OR NOT! February 9th, 12:00-3:00pm Location: Reed Intermediate School From sap to sapsuckers, to wood frogs and skunk cabbage, winter wonders are all around us. Join the experts from Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Beardsley Zoo and WCSU for an interactive game show and hands-on activities.
Pasture Animals - Wild & Wooly! March 22nd, 12:00-2:00pm Location: Reed Intermediate School Over 200 years ago, 70% of Connecticut was pastureland. Farmers created 25,000 miles of stone walls, known as “sheep keepers” to raise crops, sheep, cows, and other “fruits of the pasture”. Meet the ambassador pasture animals and learn their history!
Table Sponsors: Kensington Capital, The Paoli Family, William Blair, Fraser Woods Montessori, Fortis Lux Financial, The Jones Financial Group at Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company, Kennedy-Harrigan Family & RCG Farm