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Indulge your taste-buds whilst supporting rescued small dogs
The exquisite experience of an Adelaide High Tea is something everyone should enjoy at least once in their lifetime and the Boulevard Room at the Stamford Plaza Hotel, centrally located at 150 North Terrace, Adelaide, is the perfect place to do so. Why not come along on Sunday 4th June at 1.30 pm (for a 2.00 pm start) to indulge your tastebuds in luxury surrounds, and feel extra good, knowing that your indulgence is supporting Moving Paws Inc.
The Stamford Plaza, centrally located on North Terrace, Adelaide. Photo courtesy Stamford Plaza website.
A full afternoon of entertainment and good food has been planned and a complete vegetarian menu with vegan and gluten-free options will be available. Whilst you are enjoying the food, music and activities, you will also have the opportunity to listen to first hand information from the Moving Paws founder and from one of their foster carers/adopters.
Indulge in delicious delicacies at the High Tea. Photo courtesy Moving Paws Inc.
Live entertainment will be provided by the awesome Aden Quinn. An up-and-coming young musician, Aden already has an impressive list of performances to his credit and in 2015 he was the recipient of the National Youth Recognition Award for Services to the Community (Music).
Aden Quinn, a talented, young musician, will provide live entertainment. Photo courtesy Aden Quinn.
Other activities during the afternoon will include raffles, door prizes, a best-dressed prize and the auction of an array of excellent products and vouchers donated by generous sponsors including:
ABT Advanced Behavioural Dog Trainers Alaska Young, an Adelaide based landscape and canine artist Cabot's Timber Finishes
Canine Connect, canine training and behaviour specialists. Charlesworth Nuts Completely Canine, canine massage therapy.
Endota Spa, Glenelg
Georges of Norwood home, kitchen & giftware store
Helen Joy Wright, Intuitive
Kirsty Mudge, Adelaide artist
Mount Osmond Golf Club
Send a Gourmet Basket
The Golden Fleece Café, coffee shop and restaurant in Willunga.
The Little Beach House, pet friendly holiday accommodation in Goolwa.
The Succulent Barn
Tranquil Glow 100% natural soy wax fragranced candles & reed diffusers.
WICKed Soy Cruelty Free Candles
Zonte's Footstep, Winery/vineyard in McLaren Flat.
Two small dogs whose lives have been changed, thanks to Moving Paws. Photo courtesy Moving Paws Inc.
The High tea is not just for the ladies; gentlemen are most welcome to come along too. Dress is elegant day attire with a hint of floral and don't forget, there will be a prize for the best dressed.
Tickets for the afternoon are $50 each and can be purchased from the Moving Paws website fund-raising page. Early purchase of tickets is recommended so that you don't miss out on the opportunity to enjoy a traditional, English High Tea and a great afternoon of entertainment, auction items and the company of other dog-lovers.
Max is one of many small dogs given a second chance by Moving Paws Inc. Photo courtesy Moving Paws Inc.
Moving Paws Inc is a not for profit registered charity dedicated to the protection and rescue of small breeds of dogs which are looking for a second chance in a new home. They have a committed team of volunteers who specialize in caring for senior and special needs dogs, some of which are too old, sick or traumatized to be adopted out to new homes and remain in the care of Moving Paws to live out their twilight years with love and dignity.
Moving Paws have ensured that Peggy-Sue can look forward to love and comfort for the rest of her life. Photo courtesy Moving Paws Inc.
Moving Paws assists dogs in country pounds and those requiring private re-homing and they also have a working relationship with the RSPCA in South Australia. Each pooch that comes to Moving Paws is cared for in a loving home environment, treated as one of the family and provided with the best vet care, grooming, training and socialisation.
Proceeds from the High Tea will assist with the ongoing vet care of the rescued dogs in the custody of Moving Paws.