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14th Annual Fest Of Tails - Kite Festival & Dog Fair McAllister Park, San Antonio

14th Annual Fest Of Tails - Kite Festival & Dog Fair McAllister Park, San Antonio

Come out and celebrate fall with family fun in the park at the 14th Annual Fest Of Tails! Fest Of Tails is a free family-friendly kite festival and dog fair set for Saturday, October 9th, 2021 from 10 AM – 4 PM at McAllister Park. This event welcomes kite and dog enthusiasts from near and far! All guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair to watch the spectacular sky views and meet new furry friends. Fest Of Tails has events and activities for the entire family. The Fest welcomes the return of fan favorite, the Pooch Parade and Costume Contest! Additional contest information can be found on our website. The Animal Defense League will be hosting adoptions for dogs and puppies from 10am-2pm! All adoptions are same-day, so once you receive all the information you need and are all parties are prepared to move forward, you’re ready to take your new pup home and enjoy your happily fur-ever after. McAllister Park is a beautiful scene filled with live entertainment, various food options, a variety of vendors, and more! For all dog enthusiasts, pet products, treats, and clothing will be available for purchase. Information on pet registration, vaccinations, rescues, and more, will also be available through various participating animal welfare organizations and businesses. As always, Fest Of Tails is 100% FREE to the public! We encourage families to bring the kids & the pups and come enjoy a day of family fun in the park! The San Antonio Parks Foundation would like to thank all official sponsors of Fest of Tails: Sinclair Broadcasting, Texas Public Radio, and City of San Antonio’s Parks and Recreation Department! The event is free, all-ages, and open to the public.

Free
10:00 AM - 04:00 PM on Sat, 9 Oct 2021

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