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The Niagara County SPCA hosts a terrifyingly ghoulish night of fun at the resurrected annual Zombiefest Fundraiser held at the beautifully restored Rapids Theatre located at 1711 Main Street in Niagara Falls on Sunday, October 18 from 2pm to 10pm. Enjoy music, food, Zombie Face painting,best adult and child costume contests, dor prizes, Let's Make a Deal, "Gravedigger contest" and other children's activities, photos in the guillotine, Thriller dancers from Adell's School of Dance, readings from mediums, cool animals from our friends at Wild Kritters, a Zombie bake sale, a cash bar, and ghost tours! General admission tickets are $10 and include admission to the event. VIP tickets (21 and older) include admission to the event, admission to ghost tour, access to the balcony, "finger foods", fun games and a special Zombie cocktail.
All proceeds benefit the Niagara County SPCA.
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The Niagara County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. (the "SPCA"), a non-profit organization, has been serving the Niagara County community since 1894, overseeing the welfare of companion and working animals and assisting the public with animal-related services such as relinquishment, dog control, adoption and pick up of sick and injured animals. Additionally, the SPCA has been a place not only to surrender an animal in need of a new beginning or to adopt a new companion, but a place where parents visit with their children on evenings or weekends to view the animals available for adoption. It is a place to engage the youth of this community and to teach them compassion and respect for all life; human and animal alike.
Make a difference in the life of a homeless animal by volunteering your time to better their's.
Need to surrender a pet to the SPCA? Read more here.
Click on the link below to view our adoptable animals or read about adoption procedures.
Help the Niagara County SPCA by attending one (or more) of our major fundraisers throughout the year. These events are important to the success of the shelter!
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