Mark Your Calendars!

We are excited to announce that we’ll be involved with some pretty amazing events over the next few weeks. Keep reading to learn about the organizations and goals of these events- we hope to see you there!  

8TH Annual Bags & Baubles- April 29th

Who doesn’t love an opportunity to shop for a good cause?! Put on by FACE Foundation, this silent auction will feature a gorgeous collection of new and “gently loved” designer handbags, vegan handbags, jewelry, accessories, sunglasses, and men’s items. To see items that will be auctioned, check out their Facebook page.  

About FACE

FACE, the Foundation for Animal Care and Education, was established as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) public charity in  2006 by a group of veterinarians and concerned community members. They wanted to provide financial support for animal owners who where were unable to afford the costs of their pet’s emergency or critical care. Their mission is to enhance and preserve the quality of life of animals by providing access to necessary medical care and education. To date, they have saved 2,000 animals from economic euthanasia and have raised over $3.5 million to help animal owners. To learn more about FACE, visit their website.

Horses, Hats and Hope- May 5th

Pour a Mint Julep and get your Kentucky Derby attire ready! This fun and festive event that benefits REINS will feature a Cinco De Mayo luncheon, live coverage of the Kentucky Derby and Bourbon & Tequila tastings. Get more details from their Facebook page.


REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program has been supporting the physical, mental and emotional health of disabled children and adults with therapeutic equine-assisted activities since the early 1980’s. The benefits of this therapy are both mental and physical and include normalization of muscle tone, increased balance & coordination, developments of speech & language, and improvements in body awareness & self-esteem. REINS has an enrollment rate of ~200 students per week and helps children and adults with disabilities such as Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and more. To learn more about REINS, visit their website.