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Award-winning author Helen Macdonald is coming to the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse to discuss her “genre-defying” piece of literature, H is for Hawk. Her lecture is taking place Saturday, Feb. 4 @ 7:30 PM and is sure to leave audiences amazed at her personal journey.
H is for Hawk became an instant New York Times best seller and award-winning book, along with winning the 2014 Samuel Johnson Prize and the Costa Book Award.
Macdonald’s New York Times bestseller and award-winning sensation H is for Hawk took the literary world by storm, giving a surprising story about adopting one of nature’s most vicious predators to cope with the sudden loss of her photojournalist father. Her life changing journey to tame a fierce goshawk named Mabel – told with “searing emotional honesty and descriptive language that is unparalleled in modern literature” (Costa Book Award) – touched the hearts of millions.
While the premise of her memoir is simple, the story is exquisite. Retreating from the human world gave Macdonald the opportunity to receive a prescription for what ails her. Raising Mabel gave her a challenge and a chance to deal with her grief in her own way.
This book is both heart-wrenching and humorous, giving an unflinching account of bereavement along with giving insight and a unique take on the magnetism of an extraordinary beast from an outstanding writer; a divine take on a story of madness, history, and Macdonald’s “re-obsession” with creatures that have fascinated and terrified her since she was a girl.
In her transcendent voice, Macdonald will discuss her humorous yet unflinching account of personal transformation and the unique magnetism of an extraordinary animal. Purchase your book in advance at the Marshall University Bookstore (304-696-3622), or books will also be available for purchase and signing at the performance.
For this special ticket offer call 304-696-3326 and use the Little Victories code - FEATHERS.
H is for Hawk is sponsored by Trifecta Productions, WVHU, B97, WSAZ, The Herald Dispatch, Marshall University, and the Marshall Artists Series.
Huntington’s most popular 5K Run and Walk returns for an 10th year on Thursday, November 24, 2016 at 9:00 am. As in previous years, the race starts at the Ritter Park picnic shelter and winds its way through the park to the Memorial Arch at 7th Street West. Sign up today!!
For the 10th straight year, all proceeds from the registration fees benefit Little Victories No-kill Animal Shelter.
Hedgecock Photography at 826 1/2 20th Street in Huntington will be hosting a pet photo event benefiting Little Victories on December 3, 2016 from 10am until 4pm. Now’s your chance to get a beautiful photo of your family, including pets, before Christmas. Santa will also be available for pics with your pets and kids.
Join Little Victories at Rocco’s Ristorante in February 2017 for our annual Sweetheart’s Dinner. Please check back here for more information.
Little Victories will be hosting our inaugural Flip Flop Ball in May 2017! Please check back here for more information.
Little Victories volunteers spent the day pouring beer and earning money at the Rails and Ales Festival on Saturday August 13, 2016. For each team of six volunteers that Little Victories brought to the festival, Rails & Ales donated $500. Little Victories received $2,000!
The staff & animals at Little Victories sure have a lot to be thankful for. We have reached our goal of $20,000 for the Sanctuary Sweetheart cottages, and our goal of $15,500 that arose in excavation and drainage costs.
Thanks to our generous supporters & staff, our sweethearts won’t have to spend this winter in the cold.
Check out the links to pictures from our October Howl-O-Ween Costume Ball 2015. The Big Sandy Arena Ballroom was transformed into a “frightening” place that featured a haunted house, dancing, costume contests, drinks and a graveyard buffet of hors d’oeuvres. It was a fur-raising good time!”
Huntington Turkey Trot 2015 was a record breaking success! Record breaking 1,488 registrants! Record breaking 1,896 pounds of food donations for our animals! A special thank you to Patricia Jennings for coordinating this year’s 5k race this morning to benefit Little Victories No Kill Animal Shelter and a special thank you to Brooke Anderson who in lieu of gifts for her 13th birthday, asked for food donations for our sweeties and delivered the donations along with the race donations to our farm this morning, and of course all who participated and worked hard to make this year’s Turkey Trot a success in our mission serving our animals! See you next year..