A ‘Spooktakular Canine Costume Contest and Puppy Promenade in Downtown Thorold

  • This Saturday, October 27th, 2018 –

An Invite from Throld’s Downtown Business Community

Posted October 25th, 2018 on Niagara At Large.

Downtown Thorold will be hosting a costumed dog event – The Halloween Canine Costume Contest on Saturday, October 27, 2018.

Pre-registration is online at http://www.thoroldbia.com/events.  Check in is at 10:30 a.m. at the corner of Front St. N. and Regent Street (next to Book Depot) and the promenade through the sidewalks of Downtown Thorold starts at 11:00 a.m. 

Judges are placed along the promenade route and prizes will be presented at PetValu – Thorold at 12:30 a.m.

There are four costume categories available to win:

  • “Best Friends” for the best group costume.
  • “Cobblestone Cutie” for the chosen winner by residents of Cobblestone Gardens Retirement Home.
  • The “Boo“ Award for scariest costume sponsored by Bocchinfuso Funeral Home. “Thorold’s Top Dog” for the best overall costume.
  • Top Dog gets a bag of Performatrin Dog Food from PetValu Thorold.

Swag bags are given to the first 75 registered entrants. Registered participants will meet up for pictures and sign-in and follow a path through downtown where businesses, judges and friends will be waiting to see all the great costumes. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun!

For those wishing to shop or dine downtown following the event, Lynn’s Grooming Salon on Front Street will be offering FREE dog sitting!

This event has been generously sponsored by PetValu – Thorold as well as Thorold Veterinary Hospital and Bocchinfuso Funeral Home.

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