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By Amy Webster, Community Education Coordinator

We’re getting the most out of the long and warm Seattle summer days by reaching out into our community. We’ll be out and about in the coming weeks and hope to see you!

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Did you see us at the Mill Creek Festival? We were there (pictured, right)—enjoying hundreds of visitors to our PAWS tent on July 19 and 20.

A fun community event in the heart of Mill Creek, this 2-day festival was a great place to share the good work we do for animals and offer information about volunteering, adoption, foster care, wildlife rehabilitation, and our upcoming PAWSwalk!

August continues to grant us many opportunities to get out and about in our community.

Here's a summary of our events, click on the links within each listing for full details:

Saturday, August 2: Kind Choices Kids’ Activities Table at Whole Foods Market, Redmond
Learn how everyday shopping choices can help save and protect animals on our doorstep and around the world. We'll have interactive games, advice on sustainable farming and labelling, and a scavenger hunt!

Tuesday, August 5: Mountlake Terrace National Night Out
Join us as we share our work with the Mountlake Terrace community and civic leaders at the 18th edition of their popular annual event.

Wednesday, August 6: Kids Helping Animals Workshop (8yrs+) at Whole Foods Market, Lynnwood Come discover the many ways that kids can help animals with this Service Learning Workshop including craft activities, practical information on animal care, and interactive games. 

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Thursday, August 7: Alley Cats Adoption Event
PAWS is bringing adoptable kittens to Pioneer Square? Must be summertime! Join us in our kitten kissing tent (pictured, right) where loving individuals and caring families get the chance to meet our kitties up close.

Tuesday, August 12: Fun with Cat Genetics
Is it true that all calico cats are female? Are all orange tabbies male? Join University of Washington Genome Sciences lecturer Anne Paul and find out the answers to these questions and more! Keep checking back for updates on this one, time and location still to come.

Saturday, August 16: Chico’s Community Event Helps PAWSwalk at Alderwood Mall, Lynnwood
If you love fashion and support PAWS, this is the perfect event for you. Treat yourself between 11am and 2pm, and 10% of your purchase price will be donated to PAWS!

Tuesday, August 19: Fundraising 101 Workshop (8yrs+)
Hey kids! Do you want to help animals at PAWS? Our fundraising workshop, including a PAWS tour, will walk you through the steps to run a successful fundraiser.

Thursday, August 21: Enrichment Service Learning Workshops (8-13yrs)
Fun workshops for kids on Companion Animal and Wildlife care. Join us and learn as you make fleece blankets for kittens and cats, and enrichment items for recovering wildlife in our care.

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Saturday, August 23: Path to PAWSwalk at Whole Foods Market, Redmond
Come sign up for PAWSwalk 2014 (pictured, right)! We’ll have staff and laptops on hand to help, and fun activities for any little ones whose moms and dads want to register for one of the most fun fundraisers of the year.

Phew, a busy month indeed—with a little bit of something for everyone. We look forward to seeing you out and about! 

Keep up to date with all our event news—follow our Events blog.

Help educate others in animal welfare and humane education—volunteer.

Help us continue inspiring the humane educators of the future—make a donation to PAWS.

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