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Rain threat moves pet parade in Cold Spring Harbor to Sunday
Howl-ween participants in 2007 (Newsday file photo.)
The 3rd Annual Howl-Ween Parade and Celebration originally scheduled for Cold Spring Harbor on Saturday has been moved to its raindate, Sunday, at 12 noon. Breeds from all over the world are planning to participate in the chic canine costume parade and “Paws for A Cause” festival. Spectators will line Main Street to see canines model their finest costumes as they march to the tune “Who Let the Dogs Out!”
The parade will begin at the corner of Main Street (Route 25A) and Spring Street at 12 noon and culminates in an exciting “Paws for a Cause” festival at Cold Spring Harbor Park, where the canine celebrities will be greeted by “pupparazzi” as they enter the park on the “RedHere's the earlier story about what's planned at the parade. Alyssa Nightingale is running the event.