NoTsuOh Pet Fest & Parade
Sunday, October 28, 2018
1100 Bagby Street
Houston, TX 77002
The Heritage Society is reviving No-Tsu-Oh, Houston’s biggest historic celebration, and our first public event is a costumed pet parade and dog fest. The original No-Tsu-Oh ran from 1899 to 1915 and was filled with over a week of parades and celebrations. As we build toward a citywide renewal of this iconic Houston event with a focus on history, culture and the arts, we figured what better place to start than with our beloved pets.
One of the afternoon’s highlights will be a costumed pet parade. Pet owners are encouraged to dress up, as well, and even decorated strollers are allowed. The number of entries is limited and only friendly, socialized, well-behaved pets will be allowed. Prizes will be awarded based on overall impression and creativity. To enter, please complete form below.
Other pet-related entertainment will be offered along with food, beverages and a variety of vendors. Pet adoption services will also be present. More features will be added, so please check back for updates.
It takes place on Sunday, October 28 from 3 to 5 PM in our Connally Plaza, 1100 Bagby between Lamar and Dallas.
For more information, please contact Mike Vance firstname.lastname@example.org
Pet Costume Contest Entry Form
Rules of the Day:
All dogs must be on a properly fitted leash and collar at all times.
All pet owners must pick up their pet’s solid waste and dispose of it in the trashcans provided on the property.
Any pet owner whose dog(s) acts aggressively toward other people and/or dogs, or poses a safety risk to other people and/or dogs, must remove their animal from the premises immediately.