Bits and Bites – A Saks Fifth Avenue & Habitat for Horses Event
The public is cordially invited to a unique Houstonian event: Bits & Bites – a book signing with Kathy Oliver and Skeeter Hagler, featuring the book “The Horse at Home”. Held at Saks Fifth Avenue on One at the Galleria in Houston, Texas on Tuesday, March 5th, 2014 from 6:30 – 8:30. RSVP and find out more information at 713-843-5710.
The Horse at Home
A beautiful book of prose and photography celebrating the rescue Horses living at Habitat for Horses. All proceeds from this 100 page coffee table book benefit Greener Pastures, the land fund for a permanent home for Habitat for Horses.
All the photographs in “The Horse at Home” are done by renown photographers Skeeter Hagler and Kathy Oliver.
Memory Bricks and Equine Photography will also be available for purchase.
The Path of Memories at Habitat for Horses’s new facility in Manvel, Texas will feature a memorial walkway to a special meditation garden, paved with engraved “Memorial Bricks” bricks which honor those who have passed before us, be they equine, dog, cat or human, and as a way for our supporters to show they stand beside us and share our passion to bring a better and safer world to all equine. The bricks are also a perfect way to commemorate any special occasion.
For auction will be a 1978 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow. The lucky winner will be cruising in Rolls Royce’s luxurious Silver Shadow – famed for its class and style. All proceeds from this event will go to benefit Habitat for Horses – a 501.3c non-profit.
Be on the look out tomorrow morning, March 1st, 2014, for a BIG announcement from Habitat for Horses. This is something which we know will spread like wild fire when announced. Be sure to look for our post first thing tomorrow morning and spread the word to friends and co-workers! We only wish we could tell you now… Otherwise we will see you there at Bits and Bites!
Habitat for Horses is always on the lookout for a few great people at our ranches. The work is unique, the animals are special and we want folks who both know and understand the special connection our animals need.