Eleventh Hour Rescue’s Winter Wonderland
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December 10202210:00 am - 4:00 pm
Eleventh Hour Rescue, an animal rescue based in northern New Jersey, will be holding its annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Bazaar on December 10, 2022, from 10am to 4pm. It will take place at In the 4H and Richards Buildings at the Sussex County Fairgrounds in Augusta. All people and properly-leashed dogs are welcome, for an entry fee of $5 per person and $10 per family.
Winter Wonderland is a perfect way to kick off the season of giving while also giving back to a great cause. Highlights of the event include adoptable dogs and cats, 60+ vendors, food and baked goods sales, pictures with Santa, a tricky tray, and more. Sponsorship opportunities are available to area businesses.

Vendors selling their wares or offering information (many animal-related) include:
Animal Protection League, Bark and Bones Bakery, The Body Shop at Home, Camp Bow Wow Rockaway, Color Street, Eevee Knits, Elegant Creations By Design, The Feisty Puppy, Fleecy Finds & More, FyreLynkz, Hair of the Dog Crafts, Honey Bee Farm, Kaschwabble, Lunajoy Creations, Mama JoJo Crayons, Mary Kay with Tina Hulsman, Of Bee Essence, One Hope Wine, Pampered Chef, Pawsitively Lit, Sav Design, Scentsy with Shannon Cuff, Serina’s Delights, The Shabby Dog, The Sunshine Fields, Tasha Primitives LLC, Terra Muse Pottery, Top of the Mountain, Touchstone Crystal, Young Living, and More.

To learn more or purchase tickets to Eleventh Hour Rescue’s Winter Wonderland Holiday Bazaar, visit EHRevents.org/winter-wonderland. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. To volunteer, foster, adopt, or donate to Eleventh Hour Rescue, visit EHRdogs.org.

Eleventh Hour Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer based organization dedicated to saving the lives of innocent dogs and cats on death row. They give their dogs and cats all the medical attention they require, a place to live, and, through their extensive adoption services, a second chance at a happy and fulfilled life. They are not subsidized by government grants and receive no major corporate funding, relying solely on the generosity of volunteers, the community, and animal lovers everywhere.