How can you resist that face? On June 22nd at 8:30 at The Rene M. Cassie Memorial Theatre in Bracebridge, David Cornel with host Billy Wiegand will bring a night of hilarity to Muskoka on behalf of The Cottage Paws Rescue organization. David has witnessed first hand the amazing work these dedicated volunteers do on a daily basis and wants to make an impact with his life’s work.
For just s$25 you can enjoy an evening of comedy and all proceeds go to Cottage Paws Rescue. Tickets are available online.
Tickets are also available at Wild Pawz, 4 Manitoba Street in Bracebridge and Blooming Muskoka on Muskoka Rd S in Gravenhurtst.
Cottage Paws Rescue is a relatively new organization that is 100% volunteer-based. Located in the beautiful Muskoka, region animals in their care are fostered in a home environment with loving volunteers. Each penny donated or fundraised by goes directly to the care of animals in rescue. This group of dedicated volunteers believe in community, respect and relationships. The goal is to prepare every animal for adoption into a loving and forever home. There are no paid positions in Cottage Paws Rescue and the group relies on solely on volunteers to raise funds, answer phones, work with the animals, and deal with the public.
If you can’t make it to Muskoka Laughs on Thursday, June 22nd, you can donate directly to Cottage Paws Rescue online on their website.