Farm Sanctuary 2006 Events
by Farm Sanctuary
Sunday, July 2, 2006
check out the upcoming events at Farm Sanctuary, and meet some great animals and activists!
July 4, 2006: Farm Sanctuary's New York and California Pignics
Celebrate 4th of July with the pigs and other farm animals at Farm Sanctuary's New York and California shelters. Guests enjoy delicious veggie dogs hot off the grill, free tours of our peaceful and pristine shelters and the opportunity to give a pig a belly rub! The Pignic, from 11 am - 3 pm, is free and open to the public. Guided tours are held on the hour from 11 am until 3 pm. For more information, please call 607-583-2225, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 15 and 16, 2006: Intern Retreat at Farm Sanctuary's New York Shelter
For all former Farm Sanctuary interns, this free weekend retreat is our way of saying "thanks" to the people who have contributed so much to Farm Sanctuary's success over the past twenty years. Come visit the animals on the farm, catch up with old friends, listen to presentations by Farm Sanctuary staff, and enjoy time outdoors playing games or sitting by the bonfire. Click here for more information or to register online.
August 5 and 6, 2006: Farm Sanctuary's New York Country Hoe Down
Join like-minded activists for an exciting and educational weekend conference at our New York shelter. Learn about farm animal issues from prominent animal rights speakers and improve your activism by taking part in interactive workshops. Conference guests can also enjoy hayrides, farm tours, tasty vegan food, and an evening barn dance. Click here for more information and to register.
September/October, 2006: Walk for Farm Animals
This fall, hundreds of compassionate individuals will put on their walking shoes and take steps toward compassion by participating in one of the many Farm Sanctuary Walk-a-thons being held throughout the U.S. and Canada. Come join us and help raise thousands of dollars for the rescued animals at Farm Sanctuary while educating people about the cruelty of factory farming. For more information, or to find a walk near you, please visit www.walkforfarmanimals.org.