We are so excited to announce that a date has been set for the 2014 Dream Land Pet Memorial Center Paws in the Park Kennesaw! The 4th annual festival will take place September 20, 2014 at Swift-Cantrell Park in Kennesaw – rain or shine, as in previous years. We are thrilled that several of our previous vendors and sponsors have already expressed interest in participating this year – please note that applications for 2014 will be updated and available beginning May 1, 2014. We are unable accept applications or reserve space before that time. Thank you for your interest and understanding!
Thank you to everyone for your overwhelming support of this year’s event! With just 17 days to go before our event, all sponsorships and vendor spaces have sold out. In addition to the sponsors listed on our website, we’ll have an all-start line up of 15 additional vendors and 11 non-profits featuring your favorite pet products, pet adoptions, and more! You might even find something special for yourself at this year’s event!
Make plans now to join us (rain or shine!) for the 2013 Dream Land Pet Memorial Center Paws in the Park Kennesaw. We’ll see you there!
We are just a little over 5 weeks out from this year’s Dream Land Pet Memorial Center Paws in the Park Kennesaw. Thanks to our title sponsor, we will have wonderful welcome bags for our attendees this year, filled with special offers and goodies from each of our Silver, Gold, and Platinum sponsors. We’re working on an art contest with local schools to feature artwork that focuses on several environmental themes, misting stations (for people and pets!), extra shade tents, and more!
We hope you are all as excited for this year’s “Paws” as our planning committee and our vendors are. Stay tuned to the website for more updates in the next few weeks leading up to the event!
Formerly the Kennesaw Environmental Committee, Keep Kennesaw Beautiful focuses its projects and educational efforts in four main areas: litter prevention, waste reduction & recycling, beautification, and water quality/conservation.
The KKB Board meets monthly in the Court Council Chambers of City Hall. Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at 6pm and are open to the public. Anyone interested in learning more about the organization, focus areas, or upcoming projects is encouraged to attend.
Empowering citizens to be environmental stewards.