2017 Viola Award Winners “Dark Sky Aerial” Performing at Second Chance Center for Animals Paws & Claws Circus on Saturday April 22, 2017
“Best Performing Artists” 2017 Viola Award Winners, “Dark Sky Aerial,” will be at Second Chance Center for Animals on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 6 pm to 9 pm for an intimate aerial performance in three rings, “Paws & Claws Circus.” The evening benefits the only organization in Northern Arizona that saves the lives of homeless dogs and cats by “rescuing from the rescues.”
Extremely limited tickets to this remarkable performance are $75 and can only be purchased online at SecondChanceCenter.org/Circus.
Writer and photographer Steven Sable is joining the Paws & Claws Circus with his fascinating story-telling, “The Rez Dog Biographies.” Steven will be sharing his nine-year documentary photography project in short salons revealing the day-to-day existence of these dogs and celebrating the humans who rescue them.
“We are so excited to have Dark Sky Aerial performing at Second Chance Center for Animals for our Paws & Claws Circus,” says Sean Hawkins, Executive Director for the organization. “We have enlisted support from so many community partners for this very special event that will raise needed funds to save more animal lives.” Babbitt Ford, National Bank of Arizona, Purina and Kingsmark Kennel have helped to generously underwrite Paws & Claws Circus, so ticket purchases directly support the pet rescue efforts of Second Chance Center for Animals.
About Second Chance center for Animals
We believe the safest place for every dog and cat is in a home. Part of Second Chance Center for Animals‘ unique mission is to “rescue from the rescues.” We partner with 35 organizations across Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah who transfer homeless dogs and cats to us for adoption. Since 2004, more than 11,000 dogs and cats have found forever homes through Second Chance. Our state-of-the-art facility, knowledgeable staff, and passionate volunteers make our 100% placement guarantee possible. For more information visit www.SecondChanceCenter.org