On June 3, 2017 the Give a Little Bit Trail Obstacle fundraiser was held. The entries were full and we had a wonderful crowd of supporters who stopped by. Thank you everyone who entered or helped out in any way. Also, a big thank you to our sponsors: Wild Hare Photography, Ft. Muncy Garden Center, Sean’s Sawdust Creations, Sideout Stables and Painted Trail. Congratulations to our winner of the $300 prize, Danielle Foust!
New weekly classes to be held at Store Next Door. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Beckoning Cat Project’s low cost spay/neuter clinic. The art class is on hiatus until August. We will post the start up date when available.
Starting Monday, February 6th:
Come join us for a weekly adult art class Mondays from 2-4 p.m. with Amanda Emig of Wistart Studios. This is for any level of experience. You will get a feel for several different mediums. The first month will be charcoal, pastel, pencil and colored pencil. The second month you will do mostly watercolor, and the third month acrylics. If you like learning new things it is really fun to all work together. All supplies are provided and are yours to keep with the monthly plan. There will be a completed project each week. Cost is $75 per month and includes all supplies, which are yours to keep or $25 a week which includes supplies for the day. Preregistration and payment is required 5 days prior to class. Checks should be made out to Amanda Emig or Wistart and sent to Beckoning Cat Project, 1417 E. Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701.
If you or someone you know has a talent they would like to share have them contact us. It can be a one time or recurring class. We just require that a minimum of 20 percent be donated to Beckoning Cat Project.
CAMPAIGN FOR COMPASSION: In an effort to raise awareness and understanding for the need to spay and neuter, as well as to aid those who need assistance in getting their stray/feral cat population under control Beckoning Cat Project will be looking to members of the community and businesses to organize events in their communities/mobile home parks/workplace. We would like to see every community in Lycoming County eventually become a Compassionate Community. We need your help to do this.
If you would like to be responsible for a colony, neighborhood, community or other area with a feral/stray cat problem, please let us know and we can give you assistance with things you can do to get the cats TNR’d in your area. We can help with trapping, fundraising ideas and handouts.