Museum of Illusions Orlando is a fun place to take photos, and this fall, they’re hosting another “Puppy Paw-ty” that will allow guests to bring their dogs along to take pictures of and with their fur-kids.
The third annual Overchuck Law Firm Cause 4 Paws Puppy Pub Crawl will be taking over Thornton Park downtown on Saturday, April 12, to raise money for a good cause.
The event starts at noon at Anthony’s Pizza, moving from there to Wildside’s Bar & Grille and then on to Burton’s Bar. Finally, the crawl will end at Graffiti Junktion.
Admission is a $20 donation in advance, and $30 at the door, with proceeds from the event going to one of the only NO KILL animal rescue facilities, A Forever Home Animal Rescue, Inc.
In addition to helping out a great cause, your donation gets you one free drink at each stop on the crawl, along with dog treats for your pooch, and more.
For more information or to donate in advance, visit the event’s Facebook page.
Last weekend, friends Matthew and Cris Reed attended the Posh Pooch event in downtown Celebration, and they were kind enough to share these photos with us.
The event was free to attend, and dogs were welcome, as well. There were dog-friendly vendors, training demonstrations, and more.
Hopefully the town of Celebration will hold this event next year!
Get ready for a howling good time at Posh Pooch in the town of Celebration on Saturday, February 15.
Don’t have a dog? There will be several canine rescue groups in attendance that will have dogs in need of a loving home.
This free event runs from 10am to 4pm in downtown Celebration. For more info, visit celebrationtowncenter.com.
If you are a vegetarian/vegan or are curious about becoming one, then you’ll want to check out the 8th annual Central Florida Veg Fest at Orlando Festival Park on October 26.
This free event is a full day of educational exhibits and activities, as well as a wide variety of presentations and food preparation demos.
There will also be a veggie kids zone, a humane education center, an animal haven, an artist corner, music on an acoustic stage, and many veg-friendly vendors.
The CFL Veg Fest runs from 10am to 6pm, and is family-friendly, dog-friendly, and smoke-free. Orlando Festival Park is located at 2911 E. Robinson St, by the Orlando Excutive Airport.
For more information on the event, visit cfvegfest.org.