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Have fun and support Marin Humane by coming to one of our events!


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May
11
Sat
Share a Book @ Mill Valley Library
May 11 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

Read more about Share a Book.

May
13
Mon
Hoppy Hour @ Kitty Corner
May 13 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Join us at Kitty Corner in the Red Hill Shopping Center in San Anselmo for “Hoppy Hour” and meet some of our wonderful rabbits (and maybe guinea pigs) available for adoption.

Hoppy Hour is a great opportunity to find out if a rabbit would be a good fit for your family. Learn what rabbits need to live a long and healthy life, what type of housing is best for them, what kind toys they like, and much more.

Our animal-lovin’ crew will be on hand to answer all of your bunny questions, so hope on over… you might just find the perfect “bun” to adopt.

People only, please – no pets allowed. No kitty adoptions during this event.

May
19
Sun
Woofstock 2019 @ Marin Humane
May 19 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

 

Dear Woofstock guests,

Thank you for purchasing Woofstock tickets to help us raise much-needed funds for the shelter animals.

It looks like Mother Nature is challenging us with intermittent showers and a possibility of thunderstorms.  Our dedicated volunteers are busy moving things around today so you will still enjoy a great day under cover with The ILLEAGLES rocking the Pavilion, delicious hot food from Amy’s Kitchen, three kinds of Lagunitas on tap, and tasty Thirty-Seven Wines to warm you up.   Vendors will have great animal-related items, the Kids Zone will have crafts and face painting, and the mega raffle will be in our auditorium.  We will also have seating available in the auditorium to enjoy your meal.

Due to the location changes, the louder volume inside the Pavilion, and the possibility of thundershowers, we recommend that you consider the comfort of your pups and leave them at home tomorrow.  We’ll miss seeing them, but their welfare is our top priority.

Also, we are especially grateful for our amazing volunteers who are giving up their day to help us.  Please give them a smile and a little patience as we all hope to have an enjoyable day and, more important, help thousands of animals with the funds that are raised.

Thanks again,

Nancy B. McKenney, MNPL, CAWA
CEO/President


Give your dogs (and family) a rockin’ day to remember at WOOFSTOCK 2019!

Grab your leash, furry friends, and family to join us for the Bay Area’s grooviest dog (and animal) lover’s event! Enjoy music by the premier Eagles cover band, the Illeagles, who have taken the Bay Area by storm, along with food, beer, and wine. The ever-popular Kid’s Zone will be back with awesome activities for kids of all ages. Explore the event booths featuring local merchants! All proceeds benefit the animals at Marin Humane.

Cost: Adults $40, Kids (12 & under) $20, Tiny Tots (5 & under) free. Includes vegetarian or vegan meal. Bring your own water bottle!

 

May
25
Sat
Share a Book @ San Rafael Library
May 25 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

Read more about Share a Book.

Jun
1
Sat
Woofs & Whinnies @ Marin Stables
Jun 1 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Did you know every trail in Marin County allows horses? Will you know what to do to keep you and your dog safe?

With the generous help of the volunteers and equine residents of Marin Stables in Fairfax, we are offering a hands-on workshop to help make encounters less stressful for you, your dog, the horse, and the rider. Meet horses and acquire tools to ensure trail safety for all.

Open to eight dog-friendly dogs who have completed Family Dog 1.

Cost $65. Pre-registration is required.

More information and registration

 

Share a Book @ Corte Madera Library
Jun 1 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

Read more about Share a Book.

Jun
3
Mon
Support after the Loss of a Loved Animal @ Marin Humane
Jun 3 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Pet loss support groupFacilitated by a professional Hospice by the Bay grief counselor, this support group will allow you to connect with others who have experienced the loss of a loved animal. The grief we experience when we lose an animal companion is unique and if you have experienced a similar loss, come share your grief and learn skills to help you on your journey toward healing.

Registration is not required. For additional information, please contact Hospice by the Bay at 415-526-5699, email griefsupport@hbtb.org, or view the flyer here.

 

Jun
4
Tue
Share a Book @ San Anselmo Library
Jun 4 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Marin Humane’s Share a Book program works closely with local teachers, reading specialists and librarians to help children improve literacy skills while offering them an opportunity to have fun reading – to dogs!

Please call the library to reserve a spot.

Read more about the Share a Book program.

Jun
8
Sat
Cat Care Basics @ Marin Humane
Jun 8 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Are you a first time feline guardian?

This class will cover what you need to know about caring for your new cat or kitten. Learn about the five basic things that every kitty needs to be happy and healthy. We’ll also discuss food and litter choices, nail trims, and giving pills.

Cost $15

Register now!

Jun
10
Mon
Hoppy Hour @ Kitty Corner
Jun 10 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Join us at Kitty Corner in the Red Hill Shopping Center in San Anselmo for “Hoppy Hour” and meet some of our wonderful rabbits (and maybe guinea pigs) available for adoption.

Hoppy Hour is a great opportunity to find out if a rabbit would be a good fit for your family. Learn what rabbits need to live a long and healthy life, what type of housing is best for them, what kind toys they like, and much more.

Our animal-lovin’ crew will be on hand to answer all of your bunny questions, so hope on over… you might just find the perfect “bun” to adopt.

People only, please – no pets allowed. No kitty adoptions during this event.