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Animal Humane Society of Minnesota

1411 Main St NW, Coon Rapids, MN 55448, USA 55448
845 Meadow Ln N, Golden Valley, MN 55422, USA 55422
1115 Beulah Ln, St Paul, MN 55108, USA, Veterinary services only, Minnesota 55108
9785 Hudson Rd. Woodbury, MN 55125, Minnesota 55125
763-522-4325
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Besides a place to adopt your family pet, the Animal Humane Society offers other family and youth programs, including classes, camps and story times at some locations. While many of the activities have been put on hold in 2020, families can visit the AHS website to find online lesson plans and activities for grades K-12.

Animal Humane Society of MN

Furry Tales Story Time

Two locations currently offer Furry Tales story times.

  • Golden Valley; 2nd Wednesday of each month; 10:00 - 10:45am
  • Woodbury; 1st Thursday of each month; 10:00 - 10:45am

This series is geared toward preschool kids between 2-4 years. Each month pre-ks and their parents can enjoy a picture storybook, a craft. and a special time with an animal. The program is free but pre-registration is required. Furry Tales Story Time is featured in our Top Kids Storytimes in the Twin Cities.

Furry Tales Story Time at the Animal Humane Society.

 


Birthday Parties at the Animal Humane Society

On site birthday parties are no longer offered, however, you can still schedule a shelter tour. There is also a downloadable DIY party kit available to have your own adopt-a-pet themed birthday party with stuffed pets.

Find other ideas for birthday parties in our Guide to Twin Cities Birthday Parties for Kids

Birthday Parties at the Animal Humane Society


Volunteer at the Animal Humane Society

Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. For younger kids, the AHS recommends becoming involved in their educational programs or camps, joining their youth club or fostering as a family.

They also offer Project Purpose workshops which give kids between the ages of 12-15 seasonal service projects. These workshops cost $40 and do not offer significant animal contact.

Kids 6+ can also participate in Rescue Readers. Read more about that program here.

Volunteer at the Animal Humane Society
Click here to learn more about Rescue Readers

Summer Camps the Animal Humane Society

Animal-themed summer Camp's are offered in five-day sessions during June through August for kids finishing grades 3-10. These camps fill quickly and you'll want to get signed up early in February.  This camp is featured in our annual summer camp guide, where we list updated information on dates and prices.

 

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