HALO Animal Rescue “Artisans At The Mall” Adoption/Craft Show

VERO BEACH – Join H.A.L.O. No Kill Animal Rescue at the Indian River Mall on Saturday, Jan. 6 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for a very special event.

A total of 16 vendors (all local artisans) will be showcasing their new, handcrafted items at the craft show. A wide variety of fun items will be available from pet accessories to air plants. Browse, shop and enter our fun raffles.

The Vendors will be located in the common area of the Mall near the H.A.L.O. No Kill Animal Rescue Adoption Center at the Indian River Mall.

Be sure to stop by and visit the beautiful kittens and cats that are currently available for adoption. Ring in the New Year with a fur baby to add to your family.

More: HALO Rescue’s Chase Your Tail 5K Run/Walk

H.A.L.O. is Indian River County’s only no-kill, non-profit animal rescue, and adoption center. It is with the support of the community that H.A.L.O. can continue with its efforts to save the lives of hundreds of animals each year.

Support the efforts of H.A.L.O. Animal Rescue and enjoy shopping for unique, handcrafted items. There will be something for everyone.

For more information, please contact H.A.L.O. No Kill Rescue Adoption Center at the Indian River Mall at 772-778- 8798 or email [email protected]

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