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Butler County Humane Society Valentine's Day Party & Benefit
February 14, 2013 6-9pm
“Have a Heart for Animals” Fundraiser for the Butler County Humane Society
Have a heart for animals! Join us Valentine’s evening from 6-9pm for live music, yummy refreshments from local restaurants, door prizes, a raffle, a silent auction and a scavenger hunt. The Humane Society is bringing some of the animals who are looking for a new home-- stop in and say hello to them.
We will have animal-themed art on display from regional artists.
The featured exhibit is Eat.Snap.Local, the art of photographing food, by Ginni Klein of Ginography, Harmony. Ginni has been busy photographing local food masterpieces from eateries and merchants including: Jimmy Wan's, Jackson Fish, Baldinger's, Katie's Korner, The Enchanted Olive, Z-town, Wunderbar, Stohr Haus Bakery, The Tin Man Bakery, Duffy's Dogs, and more! Rumor has it there will be SAMPLES from some of these culinary delights as well, so bring an appetite. Yum!
Stop in before or after your dinner, or stay the whole time, we are fine with either.
No admission – we do ask that you please bring a toy, food, blankets, kitty litter or other items for the animals. Please contact us for specific items the Humane Society needs.
Monetary donations accepted too! Last year's donations were amazing, thank you-- the Humane Society had to make two trips to get them all to the center.
If you can’t attend the fundraiser, PLEASE consider dropping off dog/cat food, toys, kitty litter, peanut butter, clean blankets or paper towels at the Gallery. No amount is too small. The animals and the Bottlebrush thank you!
More About Bottlebrush: A Gallery for the Arts
Nestled in Historic Harmony is the Bottlebrush Gallery, a vibrant, trendy gallery featuring original creations from regional artists and monthly concerts by traveling and local folk/blues/Americana musicians. The small-venue acoustics give audiences an outstanding listening experience, and the spacious well-lit interior highlights the artists' work in jewelry, glass, pottery, fibers, sculpture, photography and paintings. In addition to art and music showings, the gallery hosts monthly singer/songwriter workshops, reading groups and art classes for children.
Other events here
- Phil Lee and Steve Cohagen in Concert Fri, May 31, 7:00 pm–10:00 pm