Woodlands Wildlife Refuge is celebrating 30 years of helping orphaned and injured wildlife with a Night the Light for Wildlife reception on November 4, 2016 from 6:30 -9:30pm at the Farmhouse at the Grand Colonial in Hampton, NJ.

The evening will feature the screening of Emmy submitted film Second Chance, by Andre Malok, five time Emmy Award winning multimedia journalist, an auction of select wildlife art, magic by Mark Zacharia, and live music by Kerry Blue with The Eric Mintel Quartet. Linda Tesauro, founder and former executive director of Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, is the featured guest speaker.

The winner of the Precious & Wild annual jewelry raffle will be selected. This one-of-a-kind 14k white gold, rare Tahitian black pearl pendant created by Roman Jewelers is valued at $3,500. Raffle tickets are $30 and available for purchase at or by calling 908-730-8300 ext 8.


Reservations for Light the Night for Wildlife are $100 per person and include a complimentary beverage, hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, and an elegant buffet. Reservations are required. Payment can be made online at, by mail to P.O. Box 5046 Clinton, NJ 08809 or at the door