The 13th Deep Ellum Gallery Walk is Saturday from 6-10pm and features 14 galleries, studios, and the popup art of the Deep Ellum Windows project. It is going to be a great one.
What is Barkfest?
Barkfest 2012 is an event dedicated to raising funds and awareness to end pet overpopulation, abuse and neglect of Dallas-area dogs and cats. The theme is a “neighborhood party for a good cause,” and based on past events are expecting 300-400 people to come out in support. Food Trucks, Live Music, Entertainment, Beer, Pet-friendly vendors, and lots and lots of Dogs.
See What People are Saying!
Facebook Event Page https://www.facebook.com/events/398489920211002/?ref=nf
Pegasus News’ “Your Pet Could Be Famous.” http://www.pegasusnews.com/news/2012/jul/30/deep-ellum-bark-park-donation-pet-portrait-dog/
Who We Are
Grab your four-legged furry friends and get ready for the first-annual Barkfest September 15th! From 6-9PM Dallas non-profit Paws in the City will transform Deep Ellum’s 1.2 acre dog park to create a neighborhood party you won’t forget, all to benefit a good cause. Experience live music from local DFW artists, the city’s best food trucks, and beer with a committed goal to raise money and awareness to end overpopulation, abuse, neglect of Dallas area dogs and cats. The event is free to the public and canines of all sizes are invited to join the party as well. If you’ve yet to experience this wonderful park read all about it here. If you don’t have a dog of your own then your in luck. We will have plenty of adoptable dogs there looking for their forever home!
Ways to get involved
-BarkFest sponsorship packages range from $250 to $1,000 and include several naming and recognition opportunities.
-Purchase a mural for your pet for $250 which will be painted and unveiled at the event. See above Pegasus News article for more details.
-Donate to our raffle which will be given away during the event.
-Put a flyer up in you store.
*All proceeds from this event will go toward PITC and the Deep Ellum Bark Park. To provide BarkFest sponsorship support, or for additional event details, please visit the event website at: barkfest.org
Thank you for the opportunity to request sponsorship for this exciting community event benefitting the welfare of Dallas-area dogs and cats. We hope that you can support our efforts to improve – and save – the lives of so many animals in need throughout our community.
Should you need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (970)389-3515.
CEDARS FOOD PARK AT DALLAS HERITAGE VILLAGE LAUNCHES WITH GRAND OPENING BASH, FEATURING 18 OF DALLAS’ BEST GOURMET FOOD TRUCKS
Saturday July 28, 2012 from 5pm – 10pm
Cedars Food Park at Dallas Heritage Village will hold a grand opening bash, Saturday, July 28, from 5 to 10 p.m., at 1515 S. Harwood, Dallas, Texas 75215, launching Dallas’ first food truck venue in a park setting. The event, representing the beginning of a unique collaboration between food trucks and Dallas Heritage Village, will feature 18 of Dallas’ best gourmet food trucks, live entertainment, and beer and wine from local establishments. Admission is free. Food prices range from $2:00-$9:00, with a portion of the proceeds going to Dallas Heritage Village.
Musical stylings of THE SICKLIES
Food Trucks/Vendors include:
* Good Karma Kitchen
* Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe
* Jack’s Chowhound
* The Butcher’s Son
* Cafe Con Leche
* Free Wheel’n Cafe
* Crazy Fish
* 4 Seasons
* Ssahm BBQ
* Three Lions
* Rock n Roll Taco
* Cajun Tailgators
* Rockin’ Ricks
* Rockstar Bakeshop
* Uptown Popcorn
* Dude Sweet Chocolate
1515 S. Harwood
Grab your four-legged furry friends and get ready for the sixth-annual Dog Bowl May 6th! From 1-5PM Sunday the historic Cotton Bowl field transforms into a super-sized pooch park with splash pools, an agility course, a pet/owner look-alike contest and more.
Things are heating up in the Metroplex’s most progressive and eclectic neighborhood. The Deep Ellum Arts Festival is back in it’s 18th rendition and as always, exemplifies everything that makes this area rock. Six blocks of Deep Ellum’s Main Street will be transformed April 6, 7, and 8 to captivate all senses for a free, community event.
Those who attend will see over 200 visual and decorative artists, over 100 bands performing on five stages, and incredible food and drinks from participating area restaurants and bars.
Aside from festival concessions, restaurants participating include Anvil, Lemongrass, LaGrange, Buzzbrews, St. Pete’s Dancing Marlin, Cane Rosso, Mama Faye’s, The Free Man, Zini’s Pizza, and LaBella Cakes and Cupcakes.
Don’t forget about Sunday’s Pet Parade where hundreds of pet owners take their “Best Friends” on a tail-wagging promenade down Main Street.