Cause for Paws carnival set for Winston-Salem

March 28, 2018 by  

Winston-Salem residents have been invited to come to a vintage-style carnival that will raise money for the Humane Society of Davie County.

The doors for the fundraiser will open at 6:30 pm, and guests can enjoy a drink while they play games and take in the entertainment that will be provided. Performances of magic will be stages by Jeff Case, and there will also be a fortune teller, a corgi kissing booth, and games like cornhole, ring toss, a duck match, and ball toss. Elite Canine’s Nanook the Friendly Lion will demonstrate his repertoire of tricks, and there will be many other activities.

The food for the occasion will also have a carnival theme. Guests can choose from popcorn, hot dogs, salad, mini barbecue sliders and several other treats, and a cash bar service will be available. Lemonade, water, and tea will be offered free of charge. A local printing services provider can be called upon to design and produce vintage style decorations for an occasion like this.

This casual event has been organized for the lower level of Winston-Salem’s Millennium center on April 13. The doors will open at 6:30 pm, and it is scheduled to run until 8:30 pm. More information about the occasion and how to purchase tickets to attend can be found on its Facebook listing.