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Saturday, May 15, 2010                          Boulder County Fairgrounds               8:30AM-1:00PM                                        Walk begins at 9:30 AM

Come out to Ella’s walk, a family-friendly fun event celebrating the bond between owners and their pets.

With your help, they will be able to continue to provide care to several thousand animals that come through their doors each year. They need 400 walkers to raise $150 each to reach their goal of $45,000. Register today and start collecting donations – all proceeds help lost and homeless animals in the community.
The Walk is a gentle 3-mile from Boulder County Fairgrounds Picnic Shelter through Rogers Grove to the first Golden Pond and back. The Furry Friends Festival will be underway when you return to the fairgrounds with demonstrations, live music, brunch and pet-friendly merchants along Mutt Main Street.

To find out more go to the Longmont Humane Society’s website :

Longmonthumane.org


Botanic Bow Wow
Denver Botanic Garden
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1007 York Street
Denver, CO, US
720-865-3585
yentscha@botanicgardens.org

Mark your calendars for Botanic Bow Wow!
May 22, 2010
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Admission: Adults-$5 Children – $3
Benefiting: Denver Botanic Gardens’ Annual Fund

Denver Botanic Gardens premiers a new kind of event geared toward “man’s best friend” and their owners. This dog-centric affair features pet-friendly vendors, informational booths and enough treat stations to keep tails wagging throughout the day. Elizabeth Bublitz with Pawfriendly Landscapes will be teaching her very popular class, “How to Create a Beautiful, Pet-Friendly Yard.” Registration is required for this class, and space is limited. The resources of animal rescue organizations, including the Denver Dumb Friends League mobile adoption unit, will be on hand to help future pet owners find the perfect four-legged friend. Pet owners and their furry friends can pose for as many photos as they wish in front of the Gardens’ specially designed “puppy cam.” Ribbons will be awarded to winners of dog contests such as “Best Trick,” “Cutest Puppy” and “Best Dog-Owner Look-Alike.” This family-friendly day allows dogs and dog owners to play, socialize and enjoy the weather as the season transitions from spring to summer. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Gardens’ Annual Fund, which helps support the Gardens’ education, research, conservation and community outreach programs. This event will take place on the upper level of the new parking facility at Denver Botanic Gardens at York Street.
For more information, please call 720-865-3585 or email yentscha@botanicgardens.org.

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