Been hankering to spend some quality time with your furry friend somewhere other than the local park?
Barkworks is an opportunity for dog owners and dog lovers to come together at Evergreen Brickworks for a fun day of Easter egg hunting and exploring.
- One of Toronto's most elegant events is returning to the city this spring
- Toronto's first dog-friendly cafe is finally open
- There's a new dog-friendly brewery opening in Toronto this weekend (PHOTOS)
The event, hosted by the Special Event Management Program at George Brown College, will offer live entertainment, activities, and a variety of pet-friendly vendors.
Dog owners will receive a passport on entry and will have the opportunity to hunt for eggs with their doggos while exploring the Puppy Pop-up Market.
Vendors will give attendees eggs with treats for puppers inside, and mark passports. Once the passport is filled, attendees can enter a draw to win a prize.
And while you (and your pup) get to have a great time, event ticket-sales will be supporting a great cause. The Toronto Humane Society, which provides high-quality care to the animals who are surrendered to the shelter and finds them forever homes as quickly as possible, will benefit from the proceeds.
Tickets are available online now for 15 bones. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience what’s probably the cutest egg hunt of all time.
Where: Evergreen Brickworks- 550 Bayview Avenue
When: Saturday, April 13 from 11 am to 4 pm
Tickets: Available online here
Daily Hive is a proud community sponsor of Barkworks