We're teaming up with the lovely folks at the Valley Shore Animal Welfare League to bring you a night of creativity & fun for a great cause! Join us for a Paint Your Own Dog Bowl Party on the [chow] Patio!
Thursday, April 25th, 2019 6:00 - 8:00 PM $35 per person
1 Bowl All Painting Supplies 1 Adult Beverage from the Bar Family Style Appetizers GREAT Company!
$10 from all ticket sales will go directly to the Valley Shore Animal Welfare League!
All attendees will be sent home with baking instructions on how to "cure" your creation so it lasts through many meals & washes, + some pup-friendly goodies!
As long as the weather cooperates we will be decking out the patio with everything you will need to customize a new bowl for your four-legged friends! This event kid friendly, & dogs are welcomed as long as we are posted up on the patio! [In the event of inclement weather, we will move the party indoors & dogs will not be permitted]
The VSAWL will be joining us with a preview of adoptable pets, as well!
Grab your fellow dog loving friends & join us for a fun filled night for a truly great cause! Tickets can be purchased online or in-house at [chow] Food and Beverage Co. All tickets must be purchased by Monday, April 22nd. Space is limited so don't wait!
We can't wait to hang with all of you & get creative for a cause!
If you are a local business owner or fellow animal lover & would like collaborate with us on this event, please email Kate directly at Kate@chowfoodandbeverage.com!
Let's Support the Lee Family, Clinton!
When: Ongoing -
Alice Lee has been a part of the Clinton community for years. She's been a staple at every sports game, fundraiser & local event on the shoreline. She was a very important part of our community, as shown by the many visitors and well wishes she received during her final days here with us.
Alice will forever be known as a warrior: strong, fearless and willing to fight and conquer anything thrown her way. She faced each day with the goal that she could be happy, healthy and provide for her five boys that she so lovingly raised on her own for a good part of their lives after the passing of their father.
One of the many amazing qualities Alice had was her willingness to help others. She gave, even when she had nothing to give, whether it be a helping hand, a smile, or advice.
We at [chow] are asking for Clinton's support in helping us alleviate some of the burden Alice's boys will endure in the days, weeks, months to come while they navigate this new life without their mom. As many of us have experienced, losing a loved one is incredibly difficult, and the most difficult times are in the weeks & months & even years after a loved one passes, when everyone around you seems to go back to living their lives as normal. This is the time we want to be there for the Lee's the most - while her boys figure out this new life on their own, all while managing their grief.
[chow] is now a hub for anyone and everyone that wants to help this local family. Help us create a stockpile of everyday household items for Alice's boys - whether it be toilet paper or dish soap, laundry detergent or a gift card for gas to get around town - Everything & anything is so appreciated!
We've come up with a list of ideas for items that will come in handy for the boys, but any other ideas you guys come up with, please share! Our ideas are listed below -
Drop off anytime during normal business hours (or message us if you want to arrange a drop off time outside of normal business hours) & we will take care of the rest!