Celebrate National Cat Day by spending an evening with friends sipping on wine, petting cats and kittens, while listening to the dramatic personal diaries of Rachel Salisbury, the first president of the Milton Historical Society, who was instrumental in the resurgence of what is now known as the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin. She was an avid cat person who is credited with creating smoke coloring in cats, along with winning many awards at cat shows. Along with diary readings, this event will include cats available for adoption through the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin, wine from Timber Hill Winery, a paint your own wine glass craft option, and a variety of raffle baskets to bid on. Limited tickets available.
$35 includes 1 glass of wine and a snack basket; $150 table for 5 includes 2 bottles of wine and snack baskets (Free Parking)