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While Drinking Well on April 26
Norman Smith, one of the world’s leading snowy owl experts, has spent countless days and nights, in every imaginable weather condition, observing, capturing, banding, and color-marking Snowy Owls at Logan International Airport since 1981. Now he’s coming to Portsmouth Brewery on Thursday, April 26 to share his pictures, findings and stories about these magnificent birds to help raise money for our friends at the Center For Wildlife.
In addition to Norman’s keynote speech, Kristin Lamb from the Center for Wildlife will also give a short presentation about the important medical and rehabilitative work that the Center performs as its main mission.
Tickets are $30 each, which includes a $10 donation to The Center for Wildlife, passed hors d’oeuvres and three tokens that you can redeem for samples of our award-winning beers.
Since this is a fund-raiser, you’ll also have several opportunities to participate in raffles and silent auctions. Who doesn’t want to spend a brew day with New England brewing legend Tod Mott or take Edna the Albino Porcupine for a private walk in the woods?
All proceeds from the event will go directly to fund the Center’s work treating injured and orphaned wildlife.
The social takes place on April 26 from 6pm-8pm. Space is very limited. For tickets, call or stop by The Portsmouth Brewery or you can email or visit the Center for Wildlife.
That same day, volunteers from the Center will be on our patio from 12-2pm with rescued animal ambassadors. It’s not exactly a petting zoo, but seeing birds of prey or albino porcupines in person is a breathtaking experience. This meet-and-greet is open to the public and free, but donations to the center will be welcome and appreciated.
We hope you’ll enjoy us for some wild times on April 26!