PAWS Shelter and Humane Society Announces Fall Harvest Feast and Art Auction
Enjoy a magnificent Mediterranean menu paired with locally crafted wine and beer, plus have an opportunity to bid on enchanting art from local artists, while helping local homeless and abandoned animals
Dripping Springs, Texas – October 18, 2011 – Enjoy a magnificent Mediterranean feast, and have an opportunity to bid on enchanting art from local artists, at the Fall Harvest Feast on Sunday, November 6, 2011, from 3pm – 6-pm at Onion Creek Kitchens at Juniper Hills Farm. All proceeds benefit PAWS Shelter and Humane Society, a no kill animal shelter. PAWS has been able to serve our local communities since 1986 thanks to funds raised at events like this.
The Fall Harvest Feast will feature a mouth-watering menu prepared by Sibby Barrett at her Onion Creek Kitchens at Juniper Hills Farm, located between Dripping Springs and Blanco. The exclusive Hill Country retreat is lauded nationally for its culinary creations and stunning setting. Sibby, who is currently featured in the October issue of "Edible Austin," will be using local and seasonal ingredients to pair perfectly with locally crafted beer and wine from Real Ale Brewing and Bell Springs Winery. The art auction will feature a stellar line-up of original art and limited editions.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.fallharvestfeast.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Beverly Cambron at (512) 673-0072.
The Fall Harvest Feast MenuTapas and Prosecco Pairings
House Made Focaccia with Harvest Grapes, Rosemary and Sea Salt
Sumptuous Antipasto and Salad Board
Pork and Chicken Braciole with Prosciutto and Provolone
Pomegranate Fig Olive Tapenade Crostini
Italian Dessert Display
Cookies ~ Gelatos ~ Fresh Fruit Tarts
About PAWS Shelter and Humane SocietyThis year, PAWS Shelter and Humane Society, Hays County's only no-kill shelter for dogs and cats, celebrates its 25th Anniversary. PAWS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization devoted to caring for, protecting, and finding quality homes for abandoned and neglected animals. PAWS initiatives include aiding in the reduction of pet overpopulation, providing community education for the mutual benefit of animals and people, and the life-changing “Cell Dog” and “Visiting Pets” programs. For more information visit www.pawsshelter.org.