SPIRIT Events

Adopt a Pet Portrait Fundraiser
Kelly Lane Middle School
  • Mar 20
  • 6:00 PM
  • All Ages
  • Free

Please join us for a wonderful night of art, food and fun benefiting Williamson County Animal Shelter, Austin Animal Center, and Pflugerville Animal Shelter.

Kelly Lane Middle School art students are using their artistic talents to benefit our local animals in need of forever homes through pet adoption. Student created pet portraits of local shelter pets, rendered in the styles of contemporary artists, will be available for the purchase price of $30.00.

In addition to beautiful artwork on display there will also be an art raffle, local food trucks, and guest speakers. This is sure to be a fun filled evening supporting our community.
All proceeds from the event will benefit the formentioned animal shelters.

Food trucks in attendance are:
Pueblo Viejo
Garbo's Lobster Truck
Three Chick's Soul Food
Emoji's Grilled Cheese
Hands Off My Funnel Cake

Brief description of event
Please join us for a wonderful night of art, food and fun benefiting Williamson County Animal Shelter, Austin Animal Center, and Pflugerville Animal Shelter.
Kelly Lane Middle School art students are using their artistic talents to benefit our local animals in need of forever homes through pet adoption.Student created pet portraits of local shelter pets, rendered in the styles of contemporary artists, will be available for the purchase price of $30.00.
In addition to beautiful artwork on display there will also be an art raffle, local food trucks, and guest speakers. This is sure to be a fun filled evening supporting our community.
All proceeds from the event will benefit the formentioned animal shelters.

Food trucks in attendance are:
Pueblo Viejo
Garbo's Lobster Truck
Three Chick's Soul Food
Emoji's Grilled Cheese
Hands Off My Funnel Cake

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Kelly Lane Middle School 18900 Falcon Pointe Blvd Pflugerville, Texas 78660 (512) 594-2800 Website
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