Sunday, April 5th, 4:30 pm - 7 pm
Dinner with Wolves will introduce guests to both the beauty and the complex history of the most endangered gray wolf in the world – the Mexican gray wolf.
Mingling mere feet from the wolves’ enclosures, guests attending Dinner with Wolves will be up close with several Mexican gray wolves now living at the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center, along with other native wildlife including black bears and mountain lions.
This gala fundraising event will feature cocktails and a self-guided tour of the facility, a catered dinner, speakers, and silent and live auctions.
Proceeds will benefit the work of Southwest Wildlife and Defenders of Wildlife.
The event begins at 4:30 pm at Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center at 27026 N. 156th St, Scottsdale. Parking is limited. Guests are encouraged to take the private charter bus from My Sister's Closet at Lincoln Village in Scottsdale. The bus leaves My Sister's Closet promptly at 3:45 pm and will leave Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center when the event wraps up at 7:00 pm.
The event takes place outside on hardpack dirt. Tents will be set up in the case of rain. Dress is casual. We recommend closed-toed shoes. No pets allowed. Please be aware that 156th Street is a dirt road with dips and washboard pitting.