Who Let the Dogs Out? RiverBark Expo Coming to Owensboro, Kentucky
A pawsitively great time is planned for young and old alike at the RiverBark Expo in Downtown Owensboro. The event kicks off the Summer Entertainment Series at the RiverPark Center. It's a free, family-friendly event.
Two of my favorite things are being offered in one place! Meeting new people and petting pups. Sound fur-miliar? A paw-fect Friday evening is planned in Downtown Owensboro, where we can do both. Be sure to bring the kiddos because the charming love story "Lady & the Tramp" will be shown on the outdoor big screen.
RIVERBARK EXPO IS COMING TO DOWNTOWN OWENSBORO
So, let me paint a pawtrait of events planned at the RiverBark Expo. This new event is expected to draw hundreds of pet lovers from the area. The expo includes live music in the Atmos Courtyard, a costume contest with prizes, a pooch parade, animal-friendly vendors, and more! They'll show Lady & the Tramp on the Truist Plaza, with the Ohio River as the backdrop. This FREE event is scheduled for Friday, May 19th, 2023, at 6 PM. Parade registration begins at 5 PM, and gets underway at 6 PM. The event kicks off the Summer Entertainment Series at the RiverPark Center.
This is pawsitive news to share! Prizes will be awarded in a variety of categories.
Most Creative Costume
Best Overall Costume
Best Large Breed Costume
Best Small Breed Costume
Owner & Pet Look-a-Like
It would be a-paw-ling if you didn't stop by!
CINCO DE MAYO PARTY WITH WBKR
Don't forget on Friday, May 5th it's our Cinco de Mayo Party with RiverPark Center and everyone is invited. The Taqueria La Bendicion De Dios food truck is serving up authentic Mexican cuisine at the Taco 'Bout RiverPark Center. Have lunch on the lawn while listening to live music and sipping a virgin margarita.
With the hopes of bringing more volunteers to the RiverPark Center, we're teaming up with our volunteers, team members, and WBKR to discuss why you should volunteer with us!
We hope to see you there!
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