An art show featuring pets and celebrating all animals will be held at the Bossier Arts Council Annex to help raise money for Pet Savers, a local animal shelter that helps find homes for homeless animals and is a forever home for many of their animals that seek refuge there. The works will be by local artists and will be on display and for sale at the annex on November 10th. Benton High School senior Carson Grill has planned this show as part of her senior project, with the help of many wonderful people in the community.
Pet Savers is a local, non-profit organization that shelters many homeless animals who have been abandoned either by their previous owners, or picked up from the streets. Helping this local shelter will allow them to continue to care and love for these animals. The artwork at the show will feature animals to help raise donations for this wonderful organization. Don't miss out on this chance to help make a difference in an animal's life!
The Bossier Arts Council is committed to promoting art work of regional artists. It is located in the BAC headquarters at 630 Barksdale Blvd. right off I-20. The BAC annex is next door to the main BAC building. You can come visit the gallery and/or make a donation Saturday from 3:00 pm--6:00pm.
For more information about the Bossier Arts Council, feel free to call them at 741-8310 or visit their website at http://www.bossierarts.org. If you would like more information about Pet Savers you can visit their website at http://www.PetsaversShreveport.org.