Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center hosts December fundraiser
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The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center invites all to join the “Happy Howlidays” celebration from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17.
The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is at 27026 N. 156th St. in north Scottsdale.
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on the rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals for the past 28 years. The center provides a home for life in an accredited sanctuary for animals that cannot be released.
Guests at the festive, family-friendly sanctuary event will be able to treat themselves to a self-guided tour of the sanctuary and enjoy family-friendly activities, according to a press release.
The activities include holiday-themed “Knowledge Hunt” with prizes, a visit and photo with Santa Claus, games, goodies and prizes for all, hot cider, hot cocoa, and cookies to enjoy and help party-goers stay warm.
“There will be plenty of family friendly activities including pictures with Santa and goodies and prizes for the community to enjoy,” said Robin Wilson, events coordinator at Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center. “This is a very special way for us to get the community involved and visit the sanctuary residents during the holiday season.”
Don’t forget to secure your spot to celebrate with the wildlife before it is too late. Tickets are $30 per person and children under 3 years old are free. This event takes place outdoors.
NOTE: Don’t forget to dress warm, wear close-toed shoes, bring water and allow two hours for your experience.