Get Ready for the December 3rd Mutts at Myriad-Grinchmas Craft Fair
Get into the holiday spirit and treat your furry friends to a special Christmas this year!
The Warrick Humane Society, in collaboration with local vendors, will be hosting the December 3rd Mutts at Myriad-Grinchmas Craft Fair. Join in the holiday fun at the Newburgh location of Myriad Brewing Company for a paw-some shopping experience.
Gifts for Pets and Pet Lovers
Looking for the perfect gift for your four-legged family members or the pet lovers in your life? This craft fair has you covered. You'll find a wide range of items, including dog and cat-related apparel, adorable ornaments, stylish collars, cozy pet clothing, scrumptious treats, and so much more.
Special Holiday Treats
Whether your pet is a fashionista who deserves a wardrobe upgrade or a foodie with a taste for gourmet treats, you'll discover fantastic options to make their holiday season special. Plus, you can't forget those charming pet-themed ornaments that will add a touch of whimsy to your Christmas tree.
Grinchmas Photo Opportunity
To make your visit even more delightful, we've set up a photo opportunity featuring our Grinch Christmas Tree. Capture unforgettable moments with your pets and loved ones, surrounded by the magical aura of the Grinch. This unique backdrop is perfect for creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to combine holiday shopping and a festive experience. Make a dent in your Christmas shopping list on December 3rd from noon to 3 p.m. at Myriad Brewing located at 8245 High Pointe Drive in Newburgh, Indiana. Get ready for a fun-filled day of pet-themed festivities, Grinch-inspired decor, and the joy of finding the ideal gifts for the pet lovers in your life.
More About Warrick Humane Society
Warrick Humane Society is a wonderful 501 c3 designated non-profit, no-kill shelter serving Warrick County, and located in Newburgh, Indiana. The non
...founded in 1983 by a handful of dedicated volunteers who rescued lost, injured and neglected animals. Since WHS opened their building in 1997 and began actively working with Animal Control agencies and other rescue organizations, WHS has saved thousands of animals and placed them in loving homes... WHS does not receive any funding from taxes or any national organizations. WHS is funded entirely by individual and corporate donations, bequests, grants and fundraising events. Because all animals adopted by WHS are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and microchipped as well as receiving any other special care they may need, finding enough funding is always a challenge.
To learn more about Warrick Humane Society and to potentially meet your new best friend, visit their Facebook page.
[Source: Warrick Humane Society via Facebook]
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