On Howl-o-ween weekend, Niche will host its second-annual pet parade and costume contest in hopes to raise even more money for Anderson Animal Shelter.
Starting at 1 p.m. Sun., Oct. 27, dogs will gather from near and far to strut their stuff and showcase their clever costumes. From best dressed to scariest to sweetest, pets can be entered in the parade and costume contest for $10 with all proceeds going directly to support the Anderson Animal Shelter.
Last year, Niche raised more than $1,000 and hopes to exceed that amount this year.
Dogs of all shapes and sizes are encouraged to enter in the costume of choice, and partake in the parade to showcase the different looks followed by a costume contest with prizes and bragging rights. The judges this year include Jack Graft, from Anderson Animal Shelter, Alderman Mike Bruno, and Niche’s very own chef Serena Perdue. Animals will also be available for adoption.
To enter a pet in the contest or for more information, owners can visit nichepetparade.squarespace.com or call the restaurant at 630-262-1000.