Learn about animals, enjoy crafts and activities at the library’s 3rd annual Pet Pfest. All ages and well behaved pets are welcome. This year’s featured performer is the wildlife organization, The Urban Interface.
Located in the Brazos Valley, The Urban Interface is dedicated to providing nature education and wildlife conservation. At Pet Pfest, they will showcase some of their birds, and talk about the care that they provide to non-releasable native wildlife. The birds are trained for educational purposes, to teach communities about the roles they play and how vital they are to all aspects of life.
There will also be a pet costume contest for attendees and pet adoptions from the Pflugerville Animal Shelter. Pet Pfest is an annual event, held on the Wednesday of Texas Spring Break.
Pet Pfest is held on Wednesday, March 14 from 2-4 p.m. For more information, visit the library’s website.