Curtis Fest Artisan Spotlight: Amy’s Collars and More

Amy began making collars for cats and dogs because she wasn’t able to find collars that suited her dogs and cats. Pets each have their own distinct personality and she wanted a collar that expressed the uniqueness of her office mascots: Mickey, Julius and Chewy.

Mickey the cat, considers himself Dad over the pack of animals. He is the one that keeps the other two in line. When the other two are clowning around, Mickey is the one that will just look at them and shake his head.

Julius, the second cat, thinks he’s a dog. He is very social and will come and greet all visitors. He loves attention! He loves clicker training too and has learned how to sit and give high five.

Chewy is the latest addition to the family. He is a medium size dog weighing in at 17 pounds. He loves to sleep and is an excellent watch dog. He is a lover and licker all around. His best friend is Julius and they love to wrestle with each other. He loves learning new tricks.

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Amy prides herself on the quality of her work, taking time make sure each collar turns out just right. All her quality, made-to-last collars are made by hand in a smoke-free, but pet-friendly studio.

The 13th Annual Curtis Fest will feature over 75 local artisans under the beautiful canopy of trees at Curtis Park.  Artists and makers include painters, sculptors, textile artists, and wood workers.  Live music, food trucks, a kids Zone and a pet refreshment station makes this a great way to finish out the summer.

This free event is open to the public and followed by Music in the Park. Come to our free event to support local artists, bring a picnic blanket and chairs to sit on while you watch the musicians or eat your food truck tasties from Kados Asian GrillMasa Giuseria, or Cowtown Creamery.

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