Join us for one of our community events. Whether it's raising support for the animals or a special adoption promotion, a community festival or an educational workshop, we hope to see you there!
King County’s Marymoor Park
6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway Northeast, Redmond, WA 98052
Walker check-in from 8:00AM
PAWSwalk starts 10:00AM
Enjoy a walk in the park with your friends, family and canines - join us for the 23rd Annual PAWSwalk with MC Shellie Hart from Warm 106.9FM!
The fun starts early with vendor booths, dog agility, contests and more all set to go from 8am. There'll also be a variety of delicious food on offer, and a beer and mimosa garden waiting for you at the finish line.
You don't even have to walk to be part of PAWSwalk! With pet-friendly shopping, adoptable animals, and an interactive Kids Zone offering a whole host of activities, you can come along and simply soak up the atmosphere at this family friendly event.
With over 600 walkers already registered it's going to be a busy morning so if you have signed up to walk, please arrive early to check in!
In addition to being a fun walk in the park, the funds raised at PAWSwalk will help more than 7,000 animals at PAWS over the coming year. From tiny, three-week-old kittens who need round-the-clock care to orphaned Harbor Seal pups who can't survive in the wild without their mothers, these are the lives we work to save. We could not do this work without our compassionate supporters.
Join us in saving lives, and have a fun time doing it!
CHALLENGES, TOP TIPS AND TACTICS!
Want a quick and easy way to record donations? Download our Pledge Sheet now - no need to register online!
The challenge is on - raise $750 or more for PAWSwalk 2014 and we'll make you a PAWSwalk Star. Just a few dollars off? Host a bake sale, quiz, raffle, coffee morning, swimathon - the ideas are endless!
Join the PAWSwalk buzz - use our hashtags in your social media and be a part of the conversation. For general use about anything PAWSwalk-related there's #PAWSwalk2014. If you're preparing for PAWSwalk you can tell us about your journey using #PathToPAWSwalk. To encourage donations and support from friends and family, tell them why you're walking for the animals with #WhyIPAWSwalk. On September 6th, use #livefromPAWSwalk to tell us how you're doing!
Get yourself ready for 5k - Map My Fitness has some great apps to help with your PAWSwalk prep. Try MapMyWalk if you're going two-footed, or how about MapMyDogWalk (available on iOS and Android) if your four-legged friends are tagging along? You can use them on September 6 too, to record your route and prove to your supporters that you did indeed walk for the animals!
OUR GENEROUS PAWSwalk 2014 SPONSORS
OUR PAWSwalk 2014 FOOD TRUCKS
Hot Dog King - the best vegan sausage around!
Mocha Medic - coffee, espresso, hot chocolate and snacks
No Bones About It - vegetarian and vegan food
Six Strawberries - artisan ice pops
The Ultimate Melt - gourmet grilled cheese
Wicked Pies - New York style pizza, salads, focaccia sandwiches, gelato and more!
OUR PAWSwalk 2014 VENDORS
12 Dog Outfit - where form and function come together to bring you a dog vest like no other
Ginger’s Treats - gourmet USDA certified organic dog snacks
Himalayan Dog Chews - all natural, chemical and preservative free, dog chew using traditional Nepali methods with Yak and Cow milk
Louie de Coton - American made designer dog products
PupCakes LLC - healthy gourmet snacks for dogs
Stella and Chewy’s - natural goodness for dogs and cats
Tender Touch Animal Hospital - full service, integrative veterinary hospital offering western and complementary services for dogs and cats.
Wild Calling Pet Food - nutritious pet food combining dietary science with natural ingredients
Frances Anderson Center
700 Main Street, Edmonds, WA 98020
Puget Sound Bird Fest is a yearly celebration of birds and nature found on the beautiful shores of Puget Sound.
The three-day event includes speakers, guided walks, land and water-based field trips, exhibits, and educational activities for children and adults.
Our PAWS outreach team will be in attendance, educating visitors on the role our Wildlife Center plays in the rescue, rehabilitation and release of wild birds from across Washington State.
Join us and take away some fascinating facts from behind the scenes at PAWS!
Education Room, PAWS Companion Animal Shelter
15305 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98087
Come discover the many ways that kids can help animals!
We will make toys for our shelter animals, practice how to help injured wildlife and make enrichment items for our recovering patients, learn the basics of fundraising, and play games illustrating how even simple choices can have big impacts.
Parents and guardians are welcome to attend. A $5 donation is welcomed to cover the cost of supplies used during this workshop.
PAWS Education Room
15305 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98087
Are you a teen interested in helping animals? Are you looking for a meaningful way to create change and make a difference?
PAWS is starting a club specifically for teens who want to become leaders in the animal world, and we are looking for motivated people to become the founding members.
This meeting will be a chance for you to learn the vision behind the club while also giving everyone the opportunity to ask questions and share ideas.
Please email Jess Thomas at email@example.com to RSVP or for more details.
Wagner Center (formerly Frank Wagner Elementary School)
639 W Main St, Monroe, WA 98272 (between Kelsey St & Dickinson Rd)
Come witness and celebrate an amazing natural event occurring in our community - the arrival of the second largest roost of Vaux’s Swifts in America. Watch thousands of these birds swirl into a 4ft square chimney in minutes!
The spaghetti feed will start at 5pm, followed by a fun-filled lecture at 6.30pm. Swift experts will be on hand throughout the evening to answer your questions. There will also be information booths with birds, mementos, and more, as well as fun activities for kids and refreshments.
PAWS staff and volunteers will be at this exciting event, raising awareness of the role our Wildlife Center plays in the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of wild birds and mammals from across Washington State.
Bring a blanket or lawn chair, enjoy the show and support PAWS at the same time!
This event is organized by the Monroe Save Our Swifts project.