Go Wild 4 Wildlife


  • samedi, 10 mars 2018 de 5:00 Après-midi à 11:00 Après-midi (HNA)
  • Pinestone Resort & Conference Cetre 4252 County Rd #21, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

Information sur les billets

La vente de billets pour cet événement est maintenant terminée.


Join us for our 4th Annual Fundraiser and help us in saving the lives of orphaned and injured wildlife.

Vegetarian Buffet Dinner
An amazing Live & Silent Auction with M/C Mike Jaycock
Dance to live classic rock music with Custom Blend
Door Prizes and Surprises!
Cash Bar


Doors open at 5 pm
Dinner at 6 pm
Music and Dance till 11 pm 

Hotel rooms availalbe at a special rate of $125/night

Contact Tamara Skoretz @ 705 457-1800 ext 4259 directly

We can only accept cash or cheques for auction items.  There are many incredible items are up for bids so do come prepared!

ATM is available in the hotel lobby.

Thank You to Our Sponsors and Supporters!

LUSH Cosmetics
Parker Pad & Printing
Janis Parker
Ripley's Aquarium
Ontario Science Centre
Metro Toronto Zoo
CN Tower
Art Gallery of Ontario
Medieval Times
Backroad Map Books
Casino Rama
Ivy Cottage Studios
Shoreline Slots at Kawartha Downs
Francis Thomas Contracting
Riverside Inn Restaurant
Pinestone Resort & Conference Centre
Winterdance Dog Sled Tours
Boston Pizza
Haliburton Forest
Chriscraft Designs
John Sutherland
Haliburton ATV Club
Bev & Doug Douglas
Source for Sports
The Highlander
MooseFM Haliburton
Godfather's Pizza
The Wine Store
and so many more...

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Jours pour acheter


Pinestone Resort & Conference Cetre
4252 County Rd #21, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0

10 mars 2018
samedi, 10 mars 2018 5:00 Après-midi (HNA)


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2146 Duck Lake Rd
Minden , ON
K0M 2K0

À propos de cet organisme

Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary is a 100% volunteer-based registered charitable organization. It maintains a year-round wildlife rehabilitation facility, located on 45 acres in the Haliburton Highlands, Ontario, where most species of injured and orphaned wildlife are accepted, rehabilitated and released back into their natural environment.