Living Green Olympia: March 2012

Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt - Lacey WA

This Sunday, April 1, 2012, is the 5th annual Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt - and this is NOT an April Fool's joke!  The event happens between 10 - 3:00 at Rainier Vista Park in Lacey, WA and yes, your dog can have his or her very own Easter egg hunt! 

There will also be agility demos and other fun for your furry dog friend... and the humans too.  Admission is just $3 per person with kids under 12 admitted free.  And the money raised benefits Feline Friends and Old Dog Haven.  (Wait...do the dogs know some of the money goes to help cats??)

What a fun event for your April Fool's Day!  Come with your dog, or just come to watch - this dog-gone Easter egg hunt in Lacey!

                                                                           

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Comment balloon 8 commentsNancy Conner • March 29 2012 01:32PM
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