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Black Pine Howl O’Ween is Oct. 29

Statement issued Wednesday:

Albion, Indiana, October 17, 2011– Black Pine celebrates Halloween in style! With the new title “Howl O’Ween,” in honor of the summer’s new arrival of three wolves, the annual event is soon to take place. Black Pine is inviting guest to come out in costume and enjoy some spooky fun at the sanctuary.

The annual Halloween event “Howl O’Ween” will take place on October 29th from 4 pm until 8 pm, following regular general admission hours and prices. Bring the family out for an evening consisting of a bonfire, refreshments, trick-or-treat stations, lighted exhibits and pathways, decorative displays, sanctuary tours, and more! Kids will not want to miss the new Pirate Cave where they can search for hidden treasure, AaaaRrrr Matie!

“Everyone will be lining up to see a Black Pine exclusive, a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the only known white bats in captivity, (Brenda Cureton, Howl O’Ween Event Coordinator)”. $4 per person, this is a night full of fun for the entire family. This fundraising event helps to provide all the animals at the Sanctuary with the best care; so come out to enjoy some Halloween excitement, while supporting the Sanctuary’s mission! Checkout this event online at blackpine.org/Halloween/index.html

Black Pine Animal Sanctuary will be accepting a bag of Halloween candy as one free admission into the sanctuary on October 22nd and 23rd (Min. 70 individually packaged candy servings per free admission ticket; a value up to $8.00 per trade).

About Black Pine Animal Sanctuary

Professional Animal Retirement Center (PARC), Inc., known locally as “Black Pine Animal Sanctuary” in Albion, Indiana, is a 501 c3 non-profit, volunteer exotic animal sanctuary that provides permanent, end of life care to displaced captive-raised exotic animals. The Sanctuary is located at 1426 W. 300 N in Albion, Indiana;one mile west from the intersection of State Rd 8 and 9. For more information, call (260) 636.7383 or visit the sanctuary’s website at www.blackpine.org.

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