Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade Sunday Dec. 9, 2012

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Get those paws tinseled up this holiday season for the return of the Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade presented by Downtown Ace Hardware on Sunday, December 9th, 2012.  Join us and put your best paw, claw, fin and feather forward for this jolly promenade through the historic Gaslamp Quarter, under the iconic Gaslamp Archway, as well as our Pet Expo from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at Gaslamp Hilton Park (401 K Street, San Diego, CA 92101)

Pre-registration to participate in the 5th Annual Gaslamp Holiday Pet Parade presented by Downtown Ace Hardware is just $15 (which includes a goodie bag to the first 300 Pet Parade entries, filled with unique pet products and exclusive Gaslamp Quarter specials at your favorite neighborhood restaurants and boutiques) and $20 on the day-of. We encourage all to take part in this fun event, but for those who want to watch from the sidelines, viewing the Parade is free! Watch from the sidewalk along the Parade route, or enjoy a late lunch on a Gaslamp patio.

NEW at this year’s Pet Parade: NINE costume award categories! Get the whole family involved and don your best festive, sports-themed, kooky and/or creative costumes (try your hand at winning the Best Costume Made Out of Duct Tape category presented by Downtown Ace Hardware!). Find more information on our new Award Categories on Gaslamp.orgPre-registration is now open – entry forms are available for download at

The Parade steps off promptly at Gaslamp Hilton Park at 3:00pm, with the Pet Parade Awards Ceremony presented by AT&T to follow at the end of the Parade.

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