Formed 20 years ago in west Sonoma County, the Wild Cat Education and Conservation Fund
is dedicated to educating people about the decreasing wild cat populations in the world and helping keep these beautiful animals safe. Every year, the fund averages 100 presentations, sharing their cats and their message with students around the greater Bay Area. Now the whole family can meet some big cats at the upcoming Wild Cat Adventure
show. Five live wild cats will be on hand, and the presentation will show off their abilities in a safe and informational session. Come see the fund’s cougar, cheetah and other big cats on Sunday, Jan. 11, at the Sebastopol Community Center, 390 Morris St., Sebastopol. 3pm. $5–$10. 707.874.3176.