Northwest Dog Project’s 2nd Annual Ales for Tails
May 12 • 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm• $10 - $15
Dogs are really too good for us. They give us unconditional love and we leave them alone all day while we work. Attending Northwest Dog Project’s 2nd Annual Ales for Tails event will surely restore some karma. The event will feature live music from Loftän and Cecil and Vinegar of Butterchuck, a silent auction of more than 60 items and a raffle. Of course, it’s not a party without a kissing booth, so Penny will be available to give dog kisses to any human who wants them. Each ticket also comes with a free drink — beer, wine, cider or nonalcoholic — and rather than leaving for dinner, Da Nang Vietnamese Eatery and 8 Days a Beak will be available so you can spend more time at the kissing booth. Northwest Dog Project is a local nonprofit that rescues, re-homes and enhances the lives of neglected, abused and homeless dogs. They also promote responsible pet ownership in the Pacific Northwest — and beyond. The organization rescues dogs facing euthanasia. The dogs get to stay at a barn-like facility on more than 20 acres of land outside of Eugene until they’re adopted. Northwest Dog Project has rescued and found a home for more than 250 dogs since they opened in 2014.
The 2nd Annual Ales for Tails is 6:30-9:30 pm Saturday, May 12, at Ninkasi Admin Bldg., 155 Blair Blvd. $10 in advance, $15 at the door. — Henry Houston