3rd Annual Meowloween Party

by Ninth Life Cat Rescue

  • Sunday, 21 October 2018 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
  • Royal Canadian Legion 609 1133 Queen Street East, Brampton, ON L6T 4E2

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Overview

Sunday, October 21, 2018, from 4:00 to 8:00 pm.Dinner served around 5:30 pm

Double, double, toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble!” 

Yes it’s almost that time of year and although Shakespeare wasn’t actually referring to Ninth Life Cat Rescue’s Meowloween Party, we think he would approve. So tap into your inner ghoul, be creative, and come and join us for our 3rd Annual Meowloween Party. Our two fantastic chefs will be busy bending over their cauldrons in the Brampton Legion’s kitchen to concoct devilishly delicious dishes for whatever beastie you are (carnivore or vegetarian).

All funds raised goes to help cats and kittens in need. And with the cold months quickly approaching these little fur babies will need all of your help. So make sure you buy your tickets NOW!

ADVANCE Tickets at a hauntingly low priceAdults $25, Kids under 12 $15, Kids under 3 are FREE

Advance tickets will ONLY be on sale until midnight on Saturday October 20th, 2018. DOOR Tickets - Above prices go up $5  

Please purchase your tickets well in advance so we have enough spaces set at the tables and enough food to feed everyone! You won’t want to anger the demon spirits floating around.

For questions about vegan options or other food restrictions and allergies, please contact the organizers at info@ninthlifecatrescue.org

Details

As Dracula says, “Won’t you come in for a bite?” Chef Tom and Chef Kim have have conjured up a fang-tastic meal and a spook-tacular dessert bar for your ghoulishly delightful! Non-alcoholic beverages are included in the price of your ticket and the Legion will run a cash bar. Remember to drink responsibly.

The Wolfman howls for you to get your “BOOgie” on and rattle your bones with our special line dancing. This could get very scary!

Think outside the crypt and bewitch us with your original costume. The best look will be awarded with an eye of newt (or something much better)! And our famous NLCR sorceress will capture your Meowloween spirit at our spooky photo booth.

Hang around for a spell as throughout the evening a raffle/auction table will summon you to try and win some awesome prizes donated by our generous supporters. Invoke the spirits to bring you luck in a 50/50 draw. 

Menu:

-Appetizers: veggies, dips, nachos and variety of cheese and crackers-Main Meal: Lasagna – meat and vegan/vegetarian-Meatballs and “Beetballs”-Garlic Bread-Green Salad and Caesar Salad-Dessert Bar: Variety of cakes, muffins, cookies, and other treats-Flavoured Water: Fall-themed-Beverages: Coffee/Tea, Pop

Want to help out in another way? We would gladly accept in-kind donations of the most needed items for our foster homes, such as Royal Canin Babycat, kitten food, wet food, litter and kitten milk replacer. Also appreciated are gift cards for pet stores and gas stations for our volunteers who run errands. Cash and cheque donations are also welcome the night of the event or when purchasing your tickets.

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Goal Progress

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$705

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Royal Canadian Legion 609
1133 Queen Street East, Brampton, ON L6T 4E2

21 October 2018
Sunday, 21 October 2018 4:00 PM (EDT)

Organizer

Questions about this event?

Ninth Life Cat Rescue of Ontario
2525 Prince Michael Drive
PO Box 40056
Oakville , ON
L6H 0E0

About This Charity

Ninth Life Cat Rescue is a Registered Canadian Charity that is entirely volunteer driven. We are passionate and dedicated to rescuing cats from many different situations. They are often facing illness or disease, abandonment, starvation, or living without the basic necessities of a loving home. Our work is primarily in the Greater Toronto Area and surrounding areas. Rescued cats are provided health care, food, a safe and warm foster home while they recover, and socialization to prepare them for adoption into forever homes. We do not receive any government funding. Adoption fees, funds raised through special events organized by volunteers, and private donations from people like you who support our work are our only financial support. All contributions are used to further the rescue efforts, pay costly veterinary bills, especially those requiring extensive or specialized medical care. With your support, we can give them a chance for a better life.