Thursday, October 6, 2022

Pints And Paws Event To Benefit 4 Paws Animal Rescue

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WILLIAMSBURG—What do you get when you combine canine companions, an opportunity to go for a nice walk or run, shopping, beer, and pizza? A fun day at Billsburg Brewery. Billsburg has teamed up with 4 Paws Animal Rescue to present Pints and Paws—a one-mile walk and Pup Strut (properly leashed dogs allowed) and 5K run/walk (dogs not allowed), followed by a gathering at the brewery that includes pizza and beer. Billsburg Brewery is located at 2054 Jamestown Rd. in Williamsburg.

“Billsburg is a great community partner and has hosted a number of running events in the past,” said Carol Berg with 4 Paws Animal Rescue. “We also wanted to host an event where we could have a vendor fair with dog-friendly vendors along with beer from the brewery and food available from their food trucks. Unfortunately, due to timing issues, this year’s vendor fair will only include the sponsors for the event instead of the larger experience we were hoping to put together. Next year we want to make the vendor fair a much larger event.”

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