Mosaic Presents Spring Fling to Benefit The Washington Humane Society and the Washington Animal Rescue League


FAIRFAX, Va., March 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Mosaic announces Spring Fling, a special shopping event on Saturday, April 2nd from 12 p.m to 3 p.m. benefitting the newly combined Washington Humane Society (WHS) and Washington Animal Rescue League (WARL). Spring Fling will not only showcase the new styles and flavors of the season but will also feature several furry friends onsite as well as special savings and opportunities to support the important work of this animal care organization.

Stop in to visit Mosaic retailers who will be donating a percentage of sales during Spring Fling’s hours, including Alex and Ani, Bevello, Kendra Scott, lululemon athletica and South Moon Under.  Many others will be offering special savings, including Ah Love Oil & Vinegar, Capital Teas, and The Shade Store.

Mosaic is proud to showcase the important work of the Washington Humane Society and Washington Animal Rescue League. “Together, we can achieve our vision of a community where there is a loving home for every unwanted animal, affordable medical care for every sick and injured animal, an end to animal abuse and cruelty, and stronger bonds between animals and people through education and training,” explains Lisa LaFontaine, President and CEO of the newly combined organization.

At Strawberry Park, the organization will be on hand to introduce many of their adoptable animals. There you can also enter the “pink ticket” drawing to win one of the great items offered by Mosaic’s retailers, including a 5-pack class at Zengo Cycle and a complementary manicure/pedicure from Mint Nail Lounge. Tickets are $5 or 5 for $20.

For more details on Spring Fling as well as a full list of Mosaic upcoming events, please visit

Located in the heart of Fairfax County, Mosaic is a hand-selected mix of retail, food and entertainment experiences. We bring together the finest local fashion boutiques and restaurants with premier national retailers and the Angelika Film Center to form a community that has been voted “Best of” by Washingtonian magazine, DC EaterNorthern Virginia magazine, and Arrive magazine. For more information about Mosaic, please visit