Students will be guided through the sun salutes by certified yoga teachers. The Sun Salutes will be followed by some cooling counter poses, and a long Sivasana (corpse pose). Kids activities will organized during the Sun Salutes by Anna from Anna’s Movement Arts.
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This just in from Browncoat Cat Rescue:
Americana Wineries is having a book release shindig, with fundraising for rescue groups (Seneca County SPCA, Pet the Pet, and Browncoat Cat Rescue!) There will be live music, face-painting, food, wine, raffles, a silent auction, and adorable animals to meet! Eat, drink, and save some lives.
Well mannered dogs are more than welcome to attend!
Come by BCR’s little tent, and meet my boxes of kittens
Saturday, June 1, 2013
12:00pm until 6:00pm
This just in: The person who fundraises the most money for the upcoming Farm Sanctuary walk will get a private tour of the farm. Another private tour will go to someone who participated but wasn’t able to raise money – attend the walk to find out how to win! So if you’re not into the fundraising thing, go walk for farm animals anyway – Farm Sanctuary will be happy you’re there!
Walk for Farm Animals with Farm Sanctuary
Walk for Farm Animals, the annual Farm Sanctuary fundraiser, will take place in Dewitt Park on October 9th. Registration will be at 1pm, and the walk will be at 2 pm. Click here for more info or to register.
I love Farm Sanctuary and all the happy animals living there – nothing keeps me going with my animal rights activism like remembering that these warm, loving, lucky survivors are there, living out their days in the green pastures of Watkins Glen. This Walk is a great way to support the Sanctuary and its residents.
The SPCA’s March for the Animals is coming up on October 2nd, at Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3). SPCA Tompkins County is no-kill (they don’t kill any animals for want of space), and they offer free spay and neuter services, among other good works. Click here to get involved.
Are you marching on October 2nd? Send us photos, or post them to our Flickr pool, and tell us about your experience!