Saturday, February 21, 2009

Fundraising Event for R.A.R.E

TechNoir and Club Diablo are proud to be hosting a fundraising event for R.A.R.E, the Reptile Adoption, Rehabilitation and Education Clinic here in Western NY. Please join us.
We have decided to throw a fundraising event to help out R.A.R.E. with their amazing cause. All proceeds from the doors and various activities will go straight to R.A.R.E. and TechNoir will not be making any money off of this.

Activities we have planned includes:

A Goth/Industrial Burlesque Performance by Buffalo's own The Stripteasers!!! (11:45-12:05)

Western New York's hottest fire spinner, Phoenix!! Here's a video of her spinning fire at Tilt:

Special Appearance by The Queen City Roller Girls

Raffle, including hair falls by LS-Seven Hair, free admission tickets for Queen City Roller Girls games, art works, Club Diablo Merchandise, The Rabies merchandise, a set of 4 mini hats made by Amy & Aimee, & more!!.......... We'll be choosing the raffle #s around 1.

EBM/Industrial Dance party DJ schedule as follows: DJ Oldskool will be playing older Goth influenced bands & some Industrial (10-11:45), DJ Arcatek playing EBM & Goth (12:05-1:35) DJ La Femme Accidente playing EBM and Electro (1:35-3:05) DJ Nekrotique (Amy from TechNoir) playing Terror EBM & Rhythmic Noise (3:05-4)

R.A.R.E. is a New York State registered animal shelter/rehab center under the direct supervision of a qualified reptile veterinarian and a local wildlife rehabilitator/certified reptile specialist. Here abused, sick/injured, abandoned reptiles and amphibians are given the best supportive care possible until they can be adopted out to pre-approved homes. R.A.R.E. is proud to be Western New York's leading reptile organization, and operate the area's only exclusive reptile care facility.

On March 8th, 2006, RARE's world came tumbling down, during a early evening fire caused by old wiring in the walls, 40 out of 75 animals were lost. Not wanting to admit defeat, RARE members again rallied to come together and get the surviving animals moved to a temporary storefront until the RARE Bldg could be restored. Thirty five of the surviving animals were set up at the storefront, where we are today and we have added an additional 65 animals to date.

This shelter receives no financial support from any town, county, state or federal government grants. To raise monies needed for the housing, feeding, and medical care of these animals, besides membership fees and donations, R.A.R.E. holds summer fund-raisers, offers educational programs to local schools, organizations and veterinary hospitals.

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