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Pet Talent Show Contest part of Currituck Extension’s family fun events

The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Currituck County Center is hosting a Pet Talent Show Contest as part of the Fall Family Fun event. Participants will submit a video of their pet’s talent through an entry form. Once the entry period has closed, Fall Family Fun participants will be able to vote for the pet’s talent that they think is the best on the online fair page.

Entries will be accepted until 8 a.m. on Nov. 13. Voting will then open for one week to allow Fall Family Fun participants to vote on their favorite pet talent. Voting will end on Nov. 23 and winners will be announced on Nov. 24 on the VR main stage event at noon.

If your dog can catch a frisbee or your cat do a flip, your bird can sing a song or maybe your pet is just really good at being cute, register for the Fall Family Fun Pet Talent Show event through eventbrite.com, then fill out the entry form.

Call Adam Formella for more information at 252-232-2262 or email ajformel@ncsu.edu.

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