Bark in the Park 7 Offers Tail-Wagging Fun for All
Seven promises to be the winning number for several lucky dogs this Sunday, February 17, when Civic Organist Dr. Carol Williams presents her annual pooch parade as part of Bark in the Park 7.
Why lucky? Not only will all pups in attendance be granted special license to strut across the Spreckels Organ Pavilion stage this weekend, but numerous other adoptable ones will find loving homes by day’s end.
The fun starts at 2pm as part of the weekly free concert series presented at the Organ Pavilion every Sunday. Dr. Williams and special guest, youth organist Suzy Webster, will once again serenade the crowd with a howling-good selection of classics, marches, and animal-themed tunes.
All four-legged friends will then be invited to line up with their leashed human companions for the procession of pimped-out pets. Pups don’t need to be specially attired to participate, but this is your big chance to show off that that spiffy herringbone sweater you got for Christmas.
The event’s beneficiary, the San Diego Humane Society, will be on hand to distribute information about pet adoption and give folks an opportunity to meet and greet some of their most worthy and adoptable guests.
Regardless of your current pet-ownership status, Bark in the Park 7 is a lot of fun for the whole family. I mean, who wouldn’t want to see a pooch parade?