Join us for a HILARIOUS interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Theater event to benefit the Baldwin Humane Society!
$50 per person.
Tickets include dinner catered by Tamara's Downtown.
*Not Child Friendly*
Contact us at (251) 454-1928 with any questions or visit the event page on our website and/or facebook.
Tickets can be purchased HERE!
We will be holding an adoption event during The Fairhope Public Library's upcoming Dog Fest. Make sure to stop by and join the fun. Below is more information about the event:
Enter your dog to win!
CATEGORIES: Longest & Shortest Tail; Largest & Smallest Dog; Ugliest Dog; Friendliest; Best Groomed; Fluffiest; Best Trick; Best Costume; Owner/Pet Look-alike; Judge Take Home
Photos of winners of each category will be taken for a 2019 calendar!
Dog Adoptions - The Haven & Baldwin County Humane Society
K-9 - Fairhope Police & Baldwin County Sheriff's Departments
Dog Kissing Booth
Hot Dog & Hamburger Cookout
Dog Show Category: People's Choice
Enter your dog for the People's Choice Category!
Owner must provide photo of dog.
$50 to enter.
More info can be found on the Dog Fest website at https://whereitbegins.org/fairhope-public-library-foundation-dog-fest-october-27-2018/
The Baldwin Humane Society (BHS) is presenting the second annual Hound Dog Music Festival September 29th at Hidden Lake Barn, a special event venue in Silverhill, Alabama. The featured acts include the musical stylings of The Marlow Boys, winner of last year’s Nappie Award for Best New Local Band, as well as two of the best local favorites, The Leavin Brothers and Modern Eldorados. DJ Twiggens, WABD celebrity, will be the Master of Ceremonies!
The ticket price is $40 if purchased in advance or $50 at the door. There will be a cash bar along with Blues Brothers and The Good Guys food trucks and Pelican’s Snowballs of Foley for the duration of the event. Tee shirts, hats, handheld fans and can koozies will be available for purchase at the door. Please feel free to bring your own outdoor seating and blankets. No outside coolers will be permitted in the venue.
The musical festival is a benefit for BHS, a not for profit organization formed in 1979 to care for homeless, abused, and injured animals in Baldwin County. BHS is a 501(c)3 not for profit no-kill adoption agency. BHS was the first and remains the only county-wide animal welfare agency. BHS’s goal is to eliminate the number of abused and abandoned pets through spay/neuter, education, rescue and adoption.
BHS receives no government funding and relies on grants and donations from the community. All proceeds will directly benefit the animals of Baldwin County.
Hound Dog Music Fest began in 2017 as a benefit for the Baldwin Humane Society. We are proud to announce that in our first year we raised roughly $14,000 & are excited to share with you the opportunity to exceed that in 2018. We would love to have your support as a patron or sponsor. Please let us know how we can help you support the Baldwin Humane Society. For more information visit the Baldwin Humane Society Facebook page or email us at email@example.com
We are proud to announce that the Baldwin Humane Society will be attending the Miranda Lambert/Little Big town concert coming up at The Wharf Amphitheater on August 2nd. Our group will be working with Miranda Lambert's MuttNation to gather donations leading up to and during the concert as part of the "Little Red Wagon" donation drive. If you stop in to our adoption center or Foley’s PetSmart to drop off donations leading up to the day of the concert you can enter a chance to win TWO TICKETS to the show! If you are already going to the concert and bring a donation to our booth you will be entered for a chance at a meet and greet with Miranda!!! Give us a call for more details!
A cat arching its back, purring in delight, already resembles a yogi. Imagine doing downward dog in a room full of cats. For cat lovers and yoga enthusiasts, a yoga class filled with feline friends sounds like a purrty good deal. But this class is offered with a larger purpose in mind: The cats need homes. The Baldwin County Humane Society will be holding this event in an effort to raise funds and introduce potential new pet owners to some kitties in need. Adoptable cats will fill the room and observe, play, and possibly pounce on your mat as you practice yoga. Come experience the mewest trend by reserving your mat today.
CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR Gayla Demaine RYT 200 will be leading the class.
+ reserve your mat for $20 - in person at our adoption center or by calling 251-928-4585
+ bring a mat and water
+ all levels class, no yoga experience needed - chair yoga available
+ can pay night of event