Cheers to the Last Dog Days of Summer
WHO: Bayou Buddies, an affiliate of Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP) comprised of young professionals dedicated to BBP’s mission to transform and revitalize Buffalo Bayou, Houston’s greatest natural resource.
WHAT: Get ready for a dog-gone good time with your favorite pooch and the Bayou Buddies during Yappy Hour, a young professionals happy hour at Sabine Promenade. We’ll have a dog “kissing booth,” dog wine and beer tastings, doggie lounge area, pet luau, on-site pet adoptions from BARC, giveaways and more! Bites will be provided by Whole Foods, cold beverages from St. Arnold and dog treats for purchase from Natural Pawz Treat Truck. Also learn more about the December 2014 grand opening of Buffalo Bayou Park’s dog park located at Allen Parkway and Montrose!
WHEN: Thursday, September 25, 2014, 6 – 8pm
WHERE: Sabine Promenade, 150 Sabine St, Houston, TX 77002
Free parking is located at City Lot H (Sabine St. exit of Memorial Dr., before Houston Ave.)
WHAT ELSE: PRESALE: $10 for Bayou Buddies members and $15 for general admission. Tickets can be purchased online at https://app.etapestry.com/cart/BuffaloBayouPartnership/default/index.php
Media Sponsor: YELP
Partners: BARC, Citizens for Animal Protection, Demi’s Dog House, Dog Vacay, Natural Pawz, St. Arnold Brewing Co., Urban Tails and Whole Foods Market
Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP) is the non-profit organization transforming and revitalizing Buffalo Bayou, Houston’s most significant natural resource. Founded in 1986 by Houston Mayor Kathy Whitmire, BBP’s geographic focus is the 10-square mile stretch of Buffalo Bayou from Shepherd Drive to the Port of Houston Turning Basin.
Over the organization’s 27-year history, the BBP board and staff have raised and leveraged more than $125 million in private and public funds for the redevelopment and stewardship of the bayou – spearheading award-winning projects such as Sabine Promenade and Sesquicentennial Park, protecting land for future parks, constructing hike and bike trails, and operating a comprehensive clean-up program. Currently, BBP is leading the $58 million Buffalo Bayou Park-Shepherd to Sabine project that includes major destinations, natural landscaping, footpaths, trail lighting, water features and pedestrian bridges. Construction is underway, and the entire park will be completed in 2015. Buffalo Bayou Partnership also seeks ways to activate Buffalo Bayou through pedestrian, boating and biking amenities; volunteer activities; permanent and temporary art installations; and wide-ranging tours and events that attract thousands.