silverton pet parade mural

Muralist

David McDonald

Date Completed

2006

Location

60 North First Street

Eye Care Center building.

History

Silverton Pet Parade

Another of artist David McDonald’s works, this mural was painted in 2006 and is located at 600 First Street. A tradition in Silverton for over seventy years, the first Pet Parade was led by ‘Pal,’ father of the famous local Silverton pet Bobbie. The parade takes place on the third Saturday each May and features children and adults with pets of every description. Dogs, cats, sheep, goats, chickens, sows, horses, snakes, gerbils and more have been featured in the past parades.

The Silverton Per Parade always concludes at the Eugene Field School where police and firefighters host a health and safety clinic featuring fun and games for all ages.

 

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