On July 18th, come to Buckhead to laugh, eat, drink and help Good Mews find good homes for good kitties.
From 8:00pm-9:30pm, enjoy the comedy of Jed Fearon "The Strapping Cat Surgeon", Nicole Chiles "The Reformed Feminist", Scott Williams "The Weimaraner Whisperer", and Richard Conklin "The Tech Geek”.
Make reservations to dine before or during the show at Nancy G’s, 4920 Roswell Road, Atlanta, in the Fountain Oaks Kroger shopping center in North Buckhead. A local café serving up contemporary Southern cooking in a relaxed at home atmosphere, unwind at Nancy G’s and share great conversation over dishes that are as fresh and interesting as they are affordable. The best dinner times are 6:30 or 7:00pm so you don't have to eat during the performances – unless you want to.
Tickets are $15 cash at the door. For both show and dinner reservations call Nancy G's at 404-705-8444.
Ticket proceeds benefit Good Mews Animal Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which operates a no-kill shelter for homeless, abused and abandoned cats. Located at 736 Johnson Ferry Road in Marietta, the shelter provides a cage-free home for its residents, allowing them freedom and security while assertive adoption programs find them happy, loving homes. Good Mews has a strong commitment to the practice of spaying and neutering as the most important step in stemming the explosion of unwanted pets. Other programs promote public awareness regarding the value of pets, animal welfare, and quality human-animal companionship through education and outreach programs.
For more information about Good Mews, visit our website at www.goodmews.org or call 770-499-CATS (2287)