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5th Annual Westmont Pet Promenade and Party in the Park

May 06, 2016 09:21AM ● By Neighbors Magazines
On Sunday, May 15, 2016, the Westmont Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau and the Westmont Park District will present the 5th Annual Westmont Pet Promenade and Party in the Park event. The event will be held at Ty Warner Park, Blackhawk Drive, Westmont, from 11am-3pm in conjunction with the Westmont Park District Touch-a-Truck & Flying 4 Kids events. These are all free events open to two-footed and four-footed participants.

The day will be filled with fun activities and contests including Best Pet Trick and an Agility Course for dogs, all capped off with the grand finale of the Pet Promenade/Parade when the animals and their owners participate in a short parade past the event judges who will select Best in Show, Best Costume, Largest Pet, Smallest Pet, and Most Unusual Pet.

The event will also provide an opportunity to meet the phenomenon, “Bubba” the alligator, who is the one and only North American Alligator who takes commands from his trainer, and other animals from highly acclaimed Cold Blooded Creatures. Several animal rescue associations will also be in attendance with pet information and pets for adoption.

Event goers can also donate pet food for local pet “friends” at the People’s Resource Center booth located at the event.

This event presents a unique opportunity for families to take their pets for a fun day at the park. There will be over 20 vendors showcasing products for pets and their owners. Food vendors will also be on-hand or you can bring your own picnic. K-Hits 104.3 Radio Station will broadcast live from the event. Vendor spaces are still available. Contact the Westmont Chamber at 630-960-5553.

All are welcome to bring your family pets and enjoy the day.

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Chamber Board President, Al Carson, owner of Dogz’ N Harmony and Chair of the Pet Promenade event, states, “This event gets bigger and bigger each year and continues to be a great opportunity to celebrate, educate and encourage compassion and awareness between area families and their pets.”