Sun, Oct 29|
Fall Fest at the Rescue Weekend
Come dressed up in costume to see your favorite rescue animals dressed up in costume too!
Time & Location
Oct 29, 2023, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Leander, 14601 Honeycomb Dr, Leander, TX 78641, USA
About the event
Bring the whole family out to Safe in Austin Sunday October 29th 5-7pm. Let the kids come dressed in costume to see our animals all ready for fall! Get a chance to tour property and learn about our mission of rescue animals, rescuing children! Meet the rescue dogs, hug on some turkeys, play with the chickens, snuggle with the rescue cats, hug on our miracle calf Champion, feed the goats, love on the horses, give a pig a belly rub, and see the goats, puppies, bunnies and tortoises. Discover friendship and love beyond what you can imagine!! You can hike up to the top of the property for a breathtaking hill country view, take lots of pictures and support our mission of "saving lives, and healing hearts"! Come be a part of the fun! A minimum $35 donation per family can be made to our Paypal account ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) Venmo @safeinaustin on our website www.safeinaustin.org or we accept cash or check on event day!! You are always welcome to also bring some fruits and veggies for our rescue animals to enjoy throughout the week following our public events! Carrots, apples, any kind of melon, or berries, spring mix or pretty much any greens are loved by almost everyone! CLOSED TOED SHOES ARE NECESSARY! Family waivers can be found on our website, or filled out when you get here. Safe in Austin rescues all species of animals from abuse, neglect, or who have special needs and then invites children who have the same stories to come out for friendship and healing along side the animals they relate to. No family is ever charged a fee. We depend on and work only off of donations. Your support is vital to our mission. For more information, or if you are unable to donate, contact us today! Love doesn’t cost a thing and we can’t wait to meet you! email@example.com or visit www.safeinaustin.org