Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Dudefest Details

It's a celebration of all things dude in the anipals world!

November 13-14
6 p.m. EST to 6 p.m. EST (24 hours of dudeness!)
Dogmigo River

Our #Dudefest pawty on November 13-14, 2009 is in honor of @BrunotheDog who has recently moved to a new home in Maine. Consider it a housewarming pawty/welcome-home celebration as he pawties with his old furiends and looks forward to meeting new ones! Join us at Dogmigo River for a howling good time!

Your #Dudefest organizers are:
@HanktheDoggy - in charge of BACON BEER (brewmeister) and DJs
@SidtheCatahoula - in charge of desserts and @BrunotheDog
@BigBoyBosco - in charge of peace keeping, trouble making and the poo gun
@trailerparkdogs - in charge of all design details, tooting and trouble
@SydPie - in charge of barktenders, menu planner and hot dudette
@OatieDog - Welcome Wheaten (your hostess with the mostest!) and hot dudette
@MadisontheLab - in charge of PR and hot dudette
@brutusthedane - Dudefest planner and chief troublemaker

Hope you can all join us for a great time!

@GeorgetheDuck will be constructing the paw wall so please make sure to RSVP at the link above. (Thanks George!)

All anipals are invited to attend but expect crudeness including burping, tooting, bacon beer drinking, cigar smoking, poo shooting and poker playing. (We will have plenty of drinks and activities for our younger anipals and barktenders will be IDing for drinks. We want everyone to be safe and have fun!) There is no sekurity so pawty on dudes and dudettes! We are just dudes having a good time!

Donation (charity) Details
While no gifts are required to attend this housewarming pawty, if you would like to give a little something to a local animal shelter in @BrunotheDog's area that would be fantastic (donation link above)!

Harvest Hills Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization which contracts with nineteen towns in Western Maine to accept neglected, stray and abandoned cats and dogs. These animals are brought in by the towns’ animal control officers. When space is available, Harvest Hills also accepts owner surrendered animals from all surrounding communities in Maine and New Hampshire and will assist other shelters by providing a safe place for adoptable animals that would otherwise be euthanised, or did not fit another shelters admission policies. Since opening its doors in 1992, Harvest Hills has found loving homes for approximately 9000 cats and dogs.

The theme is simply dude stuff. Come dressed to the nines, wear a fake mustache, or don't dress up at all--it really doesn't matter!

You can go to the official PawPawty page to learn about places to dress yourself up and how to change your avatar.

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