If you care about the stray dogs and cats in the Yucatan, and would like to contribute in some way to help these poor little creatures to have a better life, then you must attend the “2015 Halloween Party” that will take place on Saturday October 31st, from 7:30 pm to 1:00 am, at “La Casa de Itzimná“, located on Calle 21 # 102 (between 20 and 22), Col. Itzimná.
Tickets are $300 pesos (18 USD) per person, and that includes a welcome drink, tacos, salads, dessert, snacks and treats.
There will be a cash bar, prizes for the most original customes, door prizes and a silent auction.
All proceedings will go to spaying and neutering the dogs and cats of the Yucatan!
So, what are you waiting for? Go get your tickets today while there’s still time!
Tickets on sale at:
-Hennessy’s Irish Pub (Paseo de Montejo # 486-A, between Calle 41 and 43, Centro)
-Fundación de Artistas Café (Calle 55 # 520, between Calle 62 and 64, Centro)
-Planned Pethood (Calle 10 # 344, between Calle 3 and 3-D, Col. Gonzalo Guerrero)
-Allison (Mérida) email@example.com
-Julie (Chelem / Progreso) firstname.lastname@example.org
-Melody (Telchac Puerto) email@example.com
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