HAHS Holiday Party and Craft Fair Fundraising Event
Do your holiday shopping with HAHS!
Woodstock, IL—The Hooved Animal Humane Society is hosting their annual Holiday Party and Craft fair. This family friendly event features over 20 vendors for visitors to browse through for that perfect holiday gift for anyone on your list! There will also be a kid’s craft zone, farm tours, hot cocoa, and opportunities for visitors to learn more about how HAHS promotes the humane treatment of hooved animals.
“The HAHS Holiday Party and Craft Fair is always a popular event,” states Grant and Social Coordinator, Jenna Dickson, “Visitors love browsing through all of the great vendor booths amid holiday decorations and music. The winter weather puts everyone in the holiday spirit and visitors love grabbing a cup of cocoa before taking a walk around the farm to meet all of the rescued horses, goats, pigs, sheep, llamas, alpacas, and cows!”
The annual HAHS Holiday Party and Craft Fair is Saturday December 9th, 2017 from 10am – 3pm. Admission is FREE. For more details about the HAHS Holiday Party and Craft Fair, please visit our website at www.hahs.org
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About The Hooved Animal Humane Society
The Hooved Animal Humane Society (HAHS) is a Non-Profit, 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1971 by six caring individuals who were shocked by the deplorable conditions in which horses were living. HAHS was the first humane society established in the United States to focus specifically on large animals, primarily horses. Unlike small animals such as dogs and cats, hooved animals had little representation until the formation of the Hooved Animal Humane Society. We are now in our 46th year. It is HAHS’ mission to promote the humane treatment of hooved animals through education, legislation, investigation and if necessary, legal intervention (impoundment). We provide physical rehabilitation to hooved animals that have endured severe neglect and abuse, and then adopt them out to compassionate forever homes. All of our animals come from abuse and neglect investigations and we accept these rescues regardless of age or condition.