On Saturday, October 13, we held a celebration of cats like no other! Our first ever Caturday Cat Faire was opportunity to adopt, shop, and learn with cat trivia, guest speakers, raffles, and more! Over 600 attendees cattified themselves and celebrated their love of cats at Hart Memorial Library. Leading up to the event we hosted our My Cat is the Best Cat Contest on social media, and the winning cats of each CATegory was featured in a slide show during all of Cat Faire. It was the purrfect family event and a few kitties were adopted and found their forever homes!
Hart Memorial Library
1pm – 4pm
Saturday, October 13
Sponsored by the Osceola Friends of the Library
Featuring Guest Speakers:
-New York Times Best Selling Author Ali Brandon (Diane A. S. Stuckart): "You had me at Meow" - writing using an animal's voice
-Pet Psychic Mitchell Osborn: Animal Communication - What's your cat trying to tell you?
ALSO: Cat Adoptions! Cats will be available on-site for adoptions with Spay the Strays, a nonprofit rescue organization.
Scavenger Hunts, Face Painters, Vendors, VR Games, Create Your Own Cat Toys, Relay Races, Prizes, Crazy Cat T-shirt Contest, and more!
ALI BRANDON (DIANE A.S. STUCKART) is the New York Times bestselling author of the Black Cat Bookshop Mystery series. She’s also the author of the award-winning Leonard da Vinci historical mysteries, as well as several historical romances and numerous short stories. Her upcoming new series are the Tarot Cats Mysteries from Midnight Ink (2018 launch) and the Georgia B&B Mysteries from Crooked Lane (2019 launch). In addition to her mystery writing affiliations, Diane is a member of the Cat Writers Association and the Palm Beach County Beekeepers Association. She lives in the West Palm Beach area with her husband, dogs, cats, and beehives.