On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2018 join me for our 7th annual morning Yoga class and Holiday Open House at Peaceful Hands Yoga in Orange, Virginia …
THE WILDLIFE CENTER OF VIRGINIA!
All-Levels Yoga Class ~ 9:30 a.m.
at Peaceful Hands Yoga Studio in Orange, Virginia
Open House follows ~ 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Not up for morning Yoga? Just come to the Open House … no open house experience necessary! 🙂
Your “cost”? 1) Make a cash/check donation to the Wildlife Center of Virginia or, 2) Bring a bag filled with helpful supplies for the Center from this “wish list”:
Paper Towels ** Tissues (no lotion) ** Glad/Hefty Trash Bags (30 gallon & yard sized) ** Ziplock Bags ** Safety Glasses/Goggles ** Mixed Nuts (unsalted, raw, no peanuts) ** Canned & Dry Dog or Cat Food (any size, any brand) ** Tuna Fish in cans ** Basic office supplies: 20 lb. white paper, pens, padded mailing envelopes, dry erase markers.
Whoooo will be joining us? Some of the Wildlife Center’s special wild ambassadors, that’s who!
The Wildlife Center of Virginia depends entirely on the generosity of individuals like us to support their life-saving work. They have cared for nearly 3,000 wild animals this year … and new patients come in every single day.
I love this year-end video the Center posted last December. (And, if you watch closely, a couple of you might even see yourself!)
They all need our help ~ Please be generous!
Enjoy hot apple cider and deeee-licious sweet and savory treats (from the Peaceful Hands Bakery & Test Kitchen!) I love to share Yoga with you each week … and I love to bake and cook and share holiday treats with you!
Visit with The Wildlife Center’s Executive Vice President Randy Huwa, Asst. VP of Admin. Lacy Kegley, and Outreach Director Amanda Nicholson, who will be there to thank you for your support and to tell you about the wild patients your gifts help — from bear cubs to hummingbirds.
Take A Pic with a wild critter! Maybe a raptor, maybe a possum, maybe a turtle, maybe an owl. I can’t tell you which Wildlife Center “Wild Ambassadors” will be joining us, but I can tell you that they are looking forward to seeing you!
Bring A Friend. You don’t have to do Yoga to come by. And, please invite a friend — it’s a great way to introduce new folks to our Yoga studio and to the work of the Wildlife Center. I think of Peaceful Hands as a family and there’s always room for one more!