Adoptable Pets Want To Meet You at Woofstock 2012 | Community Spirit
If you’ve been considering adding a four (or three) legged member to your family, then you need to head down to Monument Avenue on April 28th for Richmond Animal League’s 5th annual Woofstock festival.
The festival, located on historic Monument Avenue between Allen and Lombardy streets, will feature live music from the Chris Adams Band, a beer tent stocked with craft brews, activity centers for both kids and pets – and lots and LOTS of adoptable pets.
As in past years, RAL has invited rescue groups from across the greater Richmond area to attend Woofstock with their adoptable animals. The groups will have prime festival real estate – centrally located on the grassy median near the Lee Monument. No matter what kind of dog you’re looking for, you’re bound to find one that fits your lifestyle.
Each of the groups will have staff and volunteers on hand to answer your questions about the dogs and help you through the adoption process.
Whether you are a fan of big dogs or small, active or mellow, puppy or senior, come out to Woofstock on Saturday, April 28th between 10am and 2pm. The dogs will be waiting for you!
Join Richmond Animal League on April 28th on historic Monument Avenue for a day of family and pet friendly fun. Woofstock 2012 will feature music by the Chris Adams Band, food and drinks, activities for kids and dogs, and RAL is delighted to welcome CBS 6’s Carrie Rose and Lite98’s Kat Simons to this year’s festival. All proceeds benefit the Richmond Animal League, Richmond’s oldest non-profit no-kill shelter.
For more information about Woofstock and the Richmond Animal League, visit www.ral.org.