It’s Friday, which means tomorrow is the Village at Shirlington’s annual Wags N’ Whiskers.
This annual pet shopping expo has more than 60 exhibitions, where shoppers can buy treats, food and pet goods. Pets can also get their pictures taken for $5, so make sure they look their best.
The event will also have live music and kids activities. Pets are welcome to attend.
Campbell Avenue and S. Randolph Street will be closed from 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the festival. Campbell Avenue will be closed from S. Quincy Street to the parking garage in front of the Harris Teeter (4250 Campbell Avenue). S. Randolph Street will be closed from Arlington Mill Drive to the alley south of Campbell Avenue.
There will be habitat walks, games, crafts and a chance to explore the nature center’s bat cave.
The event will also have talks led by Leslie Sturges, who works at a campaign helping to protect and conserve bats. Each talk is tailored for a specific audience, with two 30-minute kids talks and two 45-minute talks for adults and older children. The event costs $8, and there is currently a waitlist for the event.
Feel free to talk about Wags N’ Whiskers, bats or any other local topic.
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