Outdoor movie night at Grizzli Winery raises funds for Paws it Forward

Outdoor movie night at Grizzli Winery raises funds for Paws it Forward

On International Dog Day, Aug. 26, Grizzli Winery launches their Fall Outdoor Cinema: Movie in the Vineyard series with a fundraiser doggy movie night in support of non-profit Paws it Forward.

Join Paws it Forward at Grizzli Winery on Friday, August 26 for a pop-up market featuring adoptable dogs from Paws it Forward and an outdoor screening of The Secret Life of Pets!
Pop-up market and adoptable dogs meet-and-greet starts at 5:30pm. Come out to play with some adorable dogs looking for adoption, and spend an afternoon in the vineyard with wine, games and food from food trucks on site. Cinema doors open at 7:00pm, with the movie starting at sundown.

Dogs are welcome! Bring your family, friends and puppy pals! Don’t miss this opportunity to meet some of the adorable pups of Paws it Forward!

Grab your ticket and come early to snag your spot!


– 5:30pm Adoption Event & Pop-Up Market
– 7:00pm Cinema Doors Open
– Sundown Movie Showing starts

Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased at grizzliwinery.com or

All proceeds from this event go toward vet bills for Paws It Forward rescue dogs. There will also be an onsite donation bin for new or gently used items and a cash donation box for those who would like to donate more. Interested in volunteering or being a foster family to a dog in need? There will be volunteers onsite at Grizzli Winery from 5:30pm – 7:00pm to answer all your questions.

Can’t make it but would still like to donate to Paws it Forward? Visit their website and click ‘donate now’. pawsitforward.org

Outdoor Vineyard: Movie in the Vineyard series

Grizzli Winery will be hosting a variety of outdoor movie nights throughout September, so make sure you checkout the rest of their Outdoor Vineyard: Movie in the Vineyard series:

Friday, Sept. 9th – 50 First Dates
– 6:30pm Cinema Doors Open
– Sundown Movie starts
Purchase Tickets: exploretock.com/grizzliwinery/event/342114/outdoor-cinema-50-first-dates

Saturday, Sept. 10th – Dirty Dancing
– 6:30pm Cinema Doors Open
– Sundown Movie starts
Purchase Tickets: exploretock.com/grizzliwinery/event/337973/outdoor-cinema-dirty-dancing

Friday, Sept. 16th – Legally Blonde
– 6:30pm Cinema Doors Open
– Sundown Movie starts
Purchase Tickets: exploretock.com/grizzliwinery/event/343983/outdoor-cinema-legally-blonde

Saturday, Sept. 17th – Mamma Mia
– 6:30pm Cinema Doors Open
– Sundown Movie starts

Purchase Tickets: exploretock.com/grizzliwinery/event/343986/outdoor-cinema-mamma-mia

Working Towards a Better Tomorrow

“Here at Paws It Forward, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all animals. We strive to build relationships and make a positive impact on all of our pursuits. Every dog deserves a chance to have a better life. Every dog deserves to be treated humanely. It doesn’t matter where they come from, what breed they are, or what size they may be. We are their voice.

“With being 100% volunteer based and with not having a facility or ‘shelter’, we rely on the families in the community to provide a safe loving place for the dogs. All the in’s and out’s of the rescue are handled by dedicated volunteers. The fosters offer their time and space to dogs in need all the time! As a group, we rescue, transport and care dogs in need.

Our focus is our dogs; we do not allocate any funds for staff and use all donations towards vet care, supplies, transportation, and dog food. The entire Board of Directors volunteers their time and skills to ensure each and every dog that joins our program receive all the care they need. Currently, we do not have a facility or overhead costs. All our dogs live in loving foster homes until adopted. We do not euthanize to “make space”. We work hard to find potential applicants, even if it takes a long time. Some dogs have stayed in our program for over a year. We want to make the right match – not a quick adoption. Fosters and volunteers are an integral part of Paws It Forward and it is so rewarding to see people come together to help dogs from all over the world that have been abused, abandoned, or neglected. Seeing the dogs transform is priceless.” – Jilly-Ann Gibson, VP Paws it Forward

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