Date: November, 20th Time: 3:30-5:00 pm Place: Granby Public Library Come to the Granby Library on Friday, to read to a Bright Spot Therapy Dog. Call the library to reserve a 20-minute time slot. Children in Kindergarten & up will enjoy reading aloud to gentle, comforting Reading Buddies with Bright Spot Therapy Dogs as they practice their fluency and strengthen their confidence in reading. Reading will take place in the library’s Children’s Program Room ~ where… Read more »
Local Happenings Categorized: Pets
Date: October 26th Time: 9 am – 12 pm Place: Lyman Town Hall 11 S. Waterboro Rd., Lyman The Animal Welfare Society Community Veterinary Clinic is providing free vaccines for pets over 12 weeks of age. Cats and dogs are both welcome! All pets must be leased or in a carrier. To receive a three-year vaccine, you must bring your pet’s previous rabies certificate or vet record with you. Otherwise, your pet will receive a 1-year vaccine. Downations… Read more »
Event Date: June 20-23, 2018 Time: various times Place: various locations Voted as one of the “Best Festivals in Central Missouri”, Boonville has been celebrating Heritage Days since 1989. The Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce works all year to make this festival happen. The fourth weekend in June is selected as the time to celebrate. Much goes on during this celebration including The parade A Carnival Arts and Craft booths Food Vendors Free Entertainment Static Displays Mutt… Read more »
Event Date: Thursday, April 11, 2019 Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Place: 302 North Main Street, Warrensburg, MO The annual Old Drum Dog Fest will proceed on April 11. The event is a celebration of Warrensburg as the “Home of Man’s Best Friend,” in memory of a local canine legend, Old Drum. The Legend of Old Drum Old Drum was a black and tan hound that belonged to Charles Burden and was the first dog to… Read more »
Date: Saturday, April 6, 2019 Time: 12 PM – 3 PM Place: Pineland Farms Equestrian Center Ride a morgan. Door prized for first 50 attendees. Learn about local riding opportunities, Tour a local Maine Morgan farm. Watch a live lesson. Pick up free literature and history of the Morgan horse. Enjoy your love of horses! For More Information For more information please reach out to Sue Oliver at (207) 751-0953 or #ob#fvyireynxrsnez#at#pbzpnfg.arg#ob#.