November 21: This Thursday, Guiding Eyes’ veterinary staff will present a course covering the most common animal emergencies and how to address them. Attendees will learn the fundamentals of pet first aid and will receive a guide on creating their own first aid kits. 6-8pm. Guiding Eyes’ Headquarters and Training Center – 611 Granite Springs Road, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598. Contact Erica Stanzione for more info – 914.243.2238 or email@example.com. Limited space available.
November 23: Wilson & Son Jewelers has been a proud supporter of Guiding Eyes for many years. On Saturday, November 23, Guiding Eyes dogs will be at their stores in Scarsdale and Mount Kisco from 10 – 2 to visit with holiday shoppers. For information on their jewelry collection or for directions to their stores, visit the Wilson & Son website.
November 30: Don’t miss the last Guiding Eyes graduation of 2013! Be there as our current class of blind and visually impaired students graduate with their Guiding Eyes guide dogs. Ceremony begins at 1:15; a tour of our kennels follows. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 2: Grad Blessing Offor is well known throughout the Guiding Eyes community for his incredible musical talents. With yellow Lab Laramie by his side, he travels around the country playing music and promoting his upcoming studio album, Roots.
On Monday, December 2nd, he’ll be at SUNY New Paltz to raise money for Guiding Eyes and awareness of our new Ulster County Puppy Raising Region. Concert begins at 7:30 at the college’s Shephard Recital Hall. Organizers suggest a $10 donation to enjoy the show. For more information on Blessing Offor, visit www.blessingoffor.com. To learn more about the December 2nd SUNY New Paltz event, contact Maria Dunne at 845.230.6436.