MainStreet Dayton’s Christmas Critters Contest Goes Virtual

2017 Christmas Critters Champions presented by owner Mrs. Bunny Derlak (photo: Rhea Review)

Is your pet full of Christmas cheer?  MainStreet Dayton is inviting you to enter your favorite Santa’s little helper in their 2020 Christmas Critters virtual contest.

The event is usually held at Centennial Park, but things are different this year. However, as MainStreet Dayton director Candice Graham suggests, virtual pet therapy may be just what you need to de-stress during this crazy year and holiday season!

“I’m really excited to see the creativity of the community come out,” admits Graham. “Because it’s virtual, we really have no boundaries as to what critter you can dress up or how extravagant you can dress them up.”

The deadline for the contest is Wednesday, December 16.

Click here to submit your entry.


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