‘Gone to the Dogs’ craft fair and festival to benefit New Life Animal Rescue on Oct. 1

The New Life Animal Rescue is based out of Marlton. The event will be held Indian Acres Tree Farm in Medford.

A “Gone to the Dogs” Craft Fair and Family Festival will be held on Oct. 1 to benefit New Life Animal Rescue based out of Marlton.

This event will include professional portraits by Expressions by Heather, adoptable pets, food (vegan, vegetarian, burgers, ice cream and more), a huge prize auction with dozens of high-value items, 50/50 raffle, and over 65 artists, crafters and vendors.

Also featured will be games, pet contests, an Alumni Strut, “Ask the Trainer” and local veterinarians will also be a part of this special day.

This free event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 1st (rain date Oct. 2) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Indian Acres Tree Farm, 111 Tuckerton Road, Medford.

Prize auction tickets are 10 for $5.

Friendly, leashed dogs allowed (No retractable leashes)

New Life Animal Rescue is a nonprofit foster-based animal rescue organization.

The New Life Animal Rescue team rescues the injured, sick, abused, and special needs that others leave behind resulting in costly veterinary bills.

To learn more visit www.NewLifeAnimalRescue.org or email NewLifeAnimalRescue@gmail.com

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