Please join us on Small Business Saturday, November 27th, 2021 anytime from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Milwaukee Ale House (233 N. Water St., Milwaukee) in the Third Ward – the epicenter of small businesses in Milwaukee - for the 6th Annual “A Crafty Christmas – Craft & Gift Sale” benefiting Milwaukee Pets Alive!!! Stop in to shop for handmade, one-of-a-kind holiday décor, wreaths, and gifts that you won’t find elsewhere! Milwaukee is a city of art and craft – and come the holidays, our residents who appreciate this great part of our Milwaukee culture are looking to decorate their homes and give gifts that are special, unique, and not something everyone else will have (no big-box purchases for them)! Each item in our sale has a story - that starts with a love for animals. Each item was crafted by someone who wants to help the animals in our program and used their time and talents to do so. Any item you purchase will have a lot of love and meaning behind it! 100% of the sale of each item will benefit the special animals rescued by Milwaukee Pets Alive! Admission to A Crafty Christmas is FREE and open to the public. We are all about Milwaukee, building community and relationships, and all that is unique and one-of-a-kind (as represented by the special animals we rescue!). This craft and gift sale is the purrfect complement to the work we do, and the animals we do it for! We can’t wait to see you at “A Crafty Christmas – Craft and Gift Sale!” If questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org www.milwaukeepetsalive.org Milwaukee Pets Alive is an all-volunteer, No Kill, 501c3 special needs and considerations rescue working to end the killing of homeless animals in Southeast Wisconsin by focusing on saving those local animals that have been passed over by, would not be accepted into, or would be killed by other rescues and shelters because of their needs and considerations and have no other option for life except for through our organization. These animals may be shy, scared, under-socialized, injured, aged, differently-abled, have medical needs, or need extra resources – all deserve the chance to be loved and cherished. And all deserve time, understanding, patience, and good, comprehensive veterinary care to help them get happy, healthy, and reach their highest potential. Their lives are important.