Halloween Pet Parade is Oct. 30

“Models” for the Dogs of Del Mar Calendar. Photo: Susan Schelling

The Del Mar Foundation’s Dogs of Del Mar Calendar is ready for its big debut at Powerhouse Park on Oct. 30 at 5 p.m. when the foundation will hold a Halloween Pet Parade. All pets must be on a leash. Only 500 calendars are being printed so if you would like to ensure your copy, go to www.DelMarFoundation.org for a copy to be held. They will make wonderful holiday gifts. The calendars include week by week pages plus tide charts.

In addition, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a dog fountain donated by Richard and Sharon Bockoff. Refreshments for all!

Mark your calendars now for this really fun afternoon of “Canines, Costumes, and Calendars.”

Any questions, contact (858) 635-1363 or dogs@delmarfoundation.org

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