Wanna Kiss the 'World's Ugliest Dog' ???
Come to Our Open House
All Day Saturday, December 7
9am to 8pm
Brave the rains and come get some Holiday Puppy Kisses from Scamp the Chap, who just won the World's Ugliest (adorable) Dog contest. Scamp just returned from Los Angeles from filming an episode of "To Tell The Truth". He won $1500, a matching $1500 for the Sonoma County Humane Society, and a trophy bigger than his person.
It's all part of celebrating our furry friends with an array of events throughout Saturday, and includes a Puppy Kissing Booth, a Pet Psychologist, Animal Painting Demos, etc. Holiday goodies will fuel the festivities including a specially labeled wine from Windsor Vineyards to cheer us on. Twenty percent of all sales during the Open House will be donated to the Humane Society.
The front window animal paintings by Laura Roney, Karen Miller, Andrea Cleall, Cynthia Jackson-Hein, Linda Barretta, Beverly Bird and Gwen Rosewater capture expressions and actions of their favorite pets. Paper mache cats and dogs by Nancy Winn are captivating. Rounding out the window all the jewelry on display includes Jo Tobin-Charleston's cat-inspired jewelry.
You can commission a portrait of your pet, from your choice of gallery artist, and help out the Humane Society at the same time - for anyone who commissions a pet portrait before December 29, 20% of the sale will be donated to the Humane Society.
The Gallery will also be accepting cash donations for the Humane Society for the duration of the holiday season.
Schedule of Events
Saturday, December 7 2019 at Upstairs Art Gallery, 306 Center Street, Healdsburg, CA
10:30am to 2pm - Pet Psychologist Dr. Anastasia Raschke can "analyze" your dog at the Upstairs Art Gallery. Dr. Raschke, a mostly retired people psychologist, is branching out into pet psychology for this event. A five dollar donation to the Human Society buys your pet a session with her!
3pm-6pm - Come get some Holiday Puppy Kisses from Scamp, who just won the Worlds Ugliest (adorable) Dog contest. Scamp just returned from Los Angeles from filming an episode of "To Tell The Truth". He won $1500, a matching $1500 for the Humane Society, and a trophy bigger
than his person.
2pm-5pm Gallery artist Willow LaLand-Yeilding will be doing a live demonstration animal painting. Come watch.
So come visit on Saturday during this unique opportunity to help the Humane Society of Sonoma County and shop local this holiday season. As we shine the spotlight on animal inspired paintings, jewelry and crafts, and with a percentage of sales going to help this wonderful non-profit, dedicated to helping animals in Sonoma County.