Join us for a spooky evening if you dare...
Wag Hotels' 4th Annual
Haunted Howl-o-ween Party
Thursday, October 26th | 6-8pm
at Wag Hotels San Francisco
You're invited to our 4th annual spooky Haunted Howl-o-ween Party at Wag Hotels San Francisco to benefit Friends of the SF Animal Care & Control! We’re turning Wag into a haunted hotel for the evening and inviting some mummies and zombies to join the pawty. Canine and human guests will enjoy a frighteningly good time while trick-or-treating in our hotel and mingling with other witches, ghouls, and goblins. Some other treats will include:
Beer, wine and light snacks
Costume contest with fun prizes
Photos with Cruella de Vil
Wag Swag & prizes
...AND MORE! Don’t dare miss out on this terrifically terrifying evening!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
6:00pm Check in, trick-or-treat and take pics with Cruella
7:00pm Costume Contest:
Best Owner/Dog Combo Costume
7:30pm Raffle (must be present to win)
8:00pm Gather those last minute trick-or-treating goodies!
TICKET PRICES - 100% of proceeds will be donated to animals in need!
Early Bird (ends 9/30): $10 per adult
General Admission (ends 10/26): $15 per adult
Door Price: $20 per adult
If you're interested in being a vendor at the event and/or donating to the silent auction, please complete this Google form.
Participant responsibility:By attending this event, I agree:1. To keep my pet on a leash of 6 feet or less at all times.2. To assume responsibility for my and my pet’s actions.3. That my pet has all appropriate vaccinations.4. To scoop my dog’s waste.5. That there are no refunds since all proceeds will be donated to charity.6. To have FUN!
About Friends of the SF Animal Care & Control:
Friends of San Francisco Animal Care and Control (FSFACC) is the only organization dedicated to raising funds for the City’s municipal, open-admission animal shelter and its rescue partners in order to enhance or establish programs and services that benefit animals, and serve and educate the public.
In July 2000, volunteer dog-walker Bill Hamilton, Jane Tobin, and a small group of volunteers founded Friends of SFACC to raise funds for vital programs that are not covered by the City budget, which provides basic care for the animals and pet-related services for humans. The San Francisco Department of Animal Care & Control competes for limited city revenues with approximately 75 other municipal agencies. SFACC does not include a development or marketing department so Friends of SFACC got to work. Building on an initial gift of $5,000, Friends has grown into a strong organization and continues to raises funds to support a number of critical programs.