December 19, 2014
December 19, 2014 – 7-10 PM
Noveau Art Bar
2913 Main St,
Houston, TX 77002
Jingle all the way to Noveau Art Bar for BCO’s Holiday Cheer Party. Skip the shopping tonight, step away from the computer and come hang out with your BCO friends. In true BCO fashion, you can also help out one of our favorite local organizations, Friends For Life by either bringing supplies such as dog & cat bedding, food, toys, paper towels or stopping by the donation jar for cash and checks. If you write a check make it out to Friends For Life.
See you there – we have most of the place to ourselves
and Noveau Art Bar has great food and drink.
PARKING: there is plenty of parking in the lot, if we run out
there is parking across the street and on the street!
About our selected charity:
Friends For Life is the fastest growing No Kill animal adoption and rescue organization in Houston, dedicated to offering No Kill solutions to the animals of Houston and the people who want to help them. Their programs include rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, humane education and animal food/supply support.
Friends for Life
RSVP at http://www.BayouCityOutdoors.com Additional info call 713-524-3567 or e-mail to Kelly@bayoucityoutdoors.com
December 20, 2014
Montgomery County Animal Society (MCASociety) invites you to visit Montgomery County Animal Shelter (MCAS) the weekend before Christmas Day for our 3rd Annual Bake and Craft Sale and Holiday Raffle at the shelter located at 8535 SH 242 in Conroe, TX.
The Bake and Craft Sale will take place on Saturday, December 20 from 10am – 4pm. The sale will feature an array of Holiday themed cookies and other baked goods and handmade blankets, scarfs, candles, jewelry and more – just in time for Christmas gift giving.
On Sunday, December 21, MCASociety volunteers will be selling hot cocoa in memory of former foster dog, Danny, who after a long battle with illness passed quietly at home with his loving foster family. Funds raised through Danny’s Hot Cocoa will be set aside especially for fosters families caring for terminally ill pets.
MCASociety will be raffling off an assortment of prizes including a TV, a iPad and more. Tickets can be purchased for $5 per ticket online at www.mcaspets.org/holidayevent and at the shelter leading up to and the day of the event. Winners need not be present to win. Online ticket buyers do not need to receive physical tickets – names will be entered into the raffle box and winners will be notified via PayPal email addresses. Winners will be draw at the Holiday Event on Sunday, December 21 at 4pm and will be notified via telephone or email.
All proceeds will benefit MCASociety, a non-profit organization that supports MCAS’ homeless pet by providing medical care and equipping volunteers to find homes and save lives. MCASociety raises funds that go directly toward helping the shelter animals, including the cats and dogs being cared for in foster homes. MCASociety also educates the public about vaccinations, spay and neutering, and other animal welfare issues. For more information, email visit www.mcasociety.org.
January 17, 2015
Johnny Steele Dog Park Opening Celebration
Every dog has its day and that day is coming in January 2015! The “official” dog park in Buffalo Bayou Park, located at Allen Parkway and Montrose Boulevard/Studemont, will open to the public on January 17, 2015. Owners and their four-legged friends will enjoy new features including large and small dog ponds, dog washing areas and shade structures. For the public celebration, there will be an array of family-friendly and animal-friendly activities such as a dog “kissing booth,” dog food samples, doggie lounge area, on-site pet adoptions, giveaways and more!
A group of thoughtful and caring donors joined together to name the dog park in honor of their good friend Johnny Steele, whose name is synonymous with elegance and beauty as witnessed by the civic spaces and private gardens he has designed throughout the city and state. Johnny has been a talented and enthusiastic volunteer for Buffalo Bayou Partnership for many years.
The Johnny Steele Dog Park is part of the $58 million Buffalo Bayou Park – Shepherd to Sabine project underway under the leadership of Buffalo Bayou Partnership. The project includes park improvements including the addition of trails, enhancements at Eleanor Tinsley Park, destinations like The Water Works and Lost Lake, nature play area, lighting, and amenities such as kayak and bike rentals and overall improvements to the park’s landscape. Some elements of the park improvements have been completed including pedestrian bridges at Jackson Hill and the Police Memorial, some asphalt trails on the north and south sides of the bayou, lawns at Eleanor Tinsley Park and some trail lighting. The entire project is to be complete in mid-2015.
About Buffalo Bayou Partnership
Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP) is the non-profit organization transforming and revitalizing Buffalo Bayou, Houston’s most significant natural resource. Founded in 1986 by Houston Mayor Kathy Whitmire, BBP’s geographic focus is the 10-square mile stretch of Buffalo Bayou from Shepherd Drive to the Port of Houston Turning Basin. For more information, visit www.buffalobayou.org.
May 9, 2015
Join us at Natural Pawz on Lake Woodland Dr. for an opportunity to meet and greet some of our special rescued Dachshunds, beloved foster families and tremendous volunteers.