The Berkshire Humane Society’s annual lasagna dinner on Thursday, March 25, 2010 from 5 to 8 pm will benefit Purradise, the new BHS Cat Adoption Center that opens this spring. Once again, the event will be hosted by Gary Happ, owner of Crissey Farm Banquet House, the banquet facility next to the Brewery in the Jenifer House Commons at 426 Stockbridge Road in Great Barrington. Purradise, the Berkshire’s first Cat Adoption Center, is at 301 Stockbridge Road, and a close neighbor of Crissey Farm.
The cost is $10 for adults, $6 for children under 12, and payable at the door. Both meat and vegetarian lasagna will be served, along with garlic bread and salad. There is a cash bar.
A silent auction and raffle prizes will give everyone a chance to win a little something for themselves while helping the homeless felines of Berkshire County. The annual lasagna dinner promises to be the place to hear all the “Cat Buzz,” have a delicious meal, and help a worthy cause. Help make this new Cat Adoption Center a real Purradise by coming to dinner on March 25th!