Heart in Hand, Critters Hollow Ranch & Rescue is a 501c non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing unwanted pets (dogs, cats, horses and other farm animals) and finding suitable forever homes for them. Our mission is that our organization ensures each animal under our care is spayed or neutered to help with the over population of unwanted animals, is up to date on vaccinations, is tested and treated for heartworms, and begins training in basic commands. We screen eligible applicants for each adoptee and match them up with families best suited for their energy, temperament, and abilities. We operate solely on donations, sponsors and volunteers! 100% of all donations are used directly for the care of our rescues. Our donations determine our capacity and we ALWAYS want to rescue more! Please consider donating today!
For the seventh year in a row, Heart in Hand/Critters Hollow Ranch & Rescue will be hosting its annual concert fundraiser to aid in the rescue of unwanted pets. Each year, the organization asks local bluegrass, roots, country and folk artists to donate their time to play live at the event. “It’s the bands, artists and volunteers that make our fundraisers successful. Without their help and willingness to play as a donation, we would not be able to have these events. Some of them even do online fundraising for us, and we are truly grateful." There will also be local vendors and activities for the kids!
Food and beverages will be served, and one night of free camping (first come, first serve) will be allowed for RVs, trailers, and tent campers. It’s recommended that attendees bring their own blanket and chair. Admission is $10 for adults. Kids 12 and under get in free. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash.
Be sure to come on out and have fun supporting a good cause! You may meet your new best friend!
The concert will be held at 475 Eastfork Leatherwood Rd. Stewart, TN 37175, and proceeds from the event will go to Heart in Hand’s foster program, which takes in unwanted dogs (and other pets as sponsorship or donations allow), gets them spayed or neutered, makes sure they are up to date on vaccinations, and trains them in basic commands.
Matthew Paul Revere 1:00 p.m.
Chris Whitten 2:00 p.m.
Doc Elliot and Friends 3:00 p.m.
Kevin Paul's Ghost 4:00 p.m.
Sweet GA Brown 5:00 p.m.
Noah G. Fowler 6:00 p.m.
Pat Reedy 7:00 p.m.
Dylan Walsh 8:00 p.m.
Bob Wayne 9:00 p.m.
Johnny Lawhorn and the Pentagram String Band 10:00 p.m.
Open Mic 11p - 1a
We LOVE visitors!
Currently we are open to the public on Sunday's only and visitors MUST call ahead to schedule their visit
Visitors are welcomed and urged to schedule "Meet & Greets" with our adoptable animals!
Meet & Greets can be scheduled between 10a - 6p SUNDAYS only!
Activities for kids can include animal related games & activities, horse grooming and riding lessons, visit to our micro petting zoo, wildlife education show & tell, and fun at our arts, crafts & garden station (all activities are as the season permits)!
We are a very small 501c3 non-profit rescue and we do not "charge" for such activities but kindly and humbly suggest you do make a donation when you plan a visit with activities.
COME VOLUNTEER WITH US!
Do you love being around animals? WE DO and we LOVE our volunteers! Volunteers get hands on experience helping to care for, feed, excercise and LOVE on our critters! We can also always use an extra set hands 'round here fixing enclosures, cleaning tack, mucking and knocking down cobb webs - you name it, we probably need help with it, so please feel free to come and spend a Sunday afternoon with us! It's not always easy work but if you love animals like we do you'll end the day with a FULL heart and a smile (: