Kindness Rocks- Paint Rocks & Spread Joy
Have you ever been out and about and found a painted rock?
Maybe it was at the park or on a hike. It may have even been in a parking lot or on a sidewalk. The hottest hobby of the year isn't virtual reality: it's rock painting!
Have you heard about the hide and seek rock painting movement? Groups of all ages are hiding painted rocks across the country in hopes of spreading kindness and joy to those that discover them.
Why are people hiding painted rocks?
If you were to ask most of the people who spend their time painting rocks and hiding them for others to find, they would say it's to bring joy to others. Maybe you are having a terrible day and an unexpected gift left on the sidewalk will make you smile. The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center is joining the movement to help spread kindness and joy for homeless pets in our community.
How to be a part of the Hide and Seek Rock Game:
Anyone can play the hide and seek rock game! Depending on where you live, this game might also be known as "Kindness rocks", "Traveling rocks", "rocks of love" or simply "painted rocks"!
Join us, Saturday, December 1st from 9 am - 11 am for a fun-filled time of painting rocks.
Costs: $15 per person (includes two rocks- one to keep and one to share awarenees about cats, dogs, puppies and kittens who are still waiting for homes).
Additional rocks can be painted for $5 each - supplies are included.