A benefit for the Callaway County Humane Society will take place Thursday, Aug. 28, in Fulton.
The Callaway County Humane Society Pub Crawl and Art show takes place from 6-10 p.m. The opening reception and check-in will be 6-8 p.m. at the Art House, 531 Court St.
Organizers say it will be a chance to learn about the Rescued Racers, a greyhound fostering and adoption group, as well as a time to get information on how to prepare your pet for natural disasters. The money raised goes to help the Humane Society continue its rescue efforts along with spay and neutering programs and microchipping so animals don't get lost.
Pub crawl tickets are $20 each.
Participants can visit businesses such as Beks, 1851 Underground, Post Office Bar & Grill, Killabrews Pub and Archie's in Fulton's Brick District and get a "puppy passports" stamped. Participants must buy a pub crawl ticket to take advantage of the discounts and specials these businesses are offering during the pub crawl.
Those who visit all locations and get their passports stamped are entered in a door prize drawing that includes cash, gift certificates and items from the Callaway County Humane Society.
The passports must be turned in between 8 and 10 p.m. at Archie's. The closing reception, including the announcing "people's choice" art awards begins at 9:30 p.m. with drawings at 10 p.m.
For more information, visit facebook.com/cchspubcrawl. Tickets can be bought in advance at the Fulton Sun, the Art House and online at eventbrite.com - search "CCHS Pub Crawl."