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Muddy Paws Festival presented by Maggie’s Rescue

Where
Sydney Park Rd
Alexandria NSW 2015
Australia
When

Sunday 25 September from 10am to 4pm

Maggie's Rescue is taking over Sydney Park Village Green. 

For one day only Sydney Park will transform into a buzzing festival ground for a day of free entertainment and engaging activities that’s fun for the whole fur-mily!

As a result of the pandemic, pet ownership has reached record levels over the last two years.

Since the easing of lockdown restrictions, Maggie’s Rescue has reported a spike in the number of surrender requests for dogs and cats. This has highlighted an urgent need to raise awareness of responsible pet ownership, provide more education opportunities for new companion animal owners, all whilst bringing the community together for a fur-bulous day out! 

Together with the City of Sydney, Maggie's Rescue’s ‘Muddy Paws Festival’ will feature an exciting entertainment line-up on the main stage, food trucks, market stalls and kids activities. 

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