El Cajon's Bid for a World Record: Most Dogs at a Movie Screening
On an ambitious Saturday, the city of El Cajon has set out to create history by attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the most dogs present at a film screening. Enthusiastic dog owners and their beloved canines are invited to harmoniously gather at Wells Park, at the address 1153 East Madison Avenue, to potentially turn this whimsical venture into a reality.
A Family Affair with a Cinematic Twist
In a true celebration of community spirit, the city will host a family-friendly screening of 'Beethoven,' a film that charmingly captures the adventures of a lovable St. Bernard. The event is scheduled for Saturday, February 24, and dog owners are asked to check in with their pets at 1:00 PM.
Breaking Records and Building Community
El Cajon is set to potentially outdo the existing record of 219 dogs and eagerly encourages locals to partake in this memorable occasion. But this isn't just about setting a world record. The gathering is designed as an opportunity for family fun, with various child-friendly crafts and activities available, ensuring plenty of fun for two-legged and four-legged attendees alike.
How to Join the Pack
For those interested in being part of this unique cinematic experience, the city has provided details for participation through an official event website and via a dedicated contact number. All are welcome to join in and help El Cajon make its mark in the Guinness World Records while enjoying an afternoon among fellow dog lovers and families.
An Event with Paws and Presence
As the city of El Cajon opens its park gates to a potential influx of canine cinema aficionados, it stands ready to not only break a record but also to foster an atmosphere of joy and camaraderie among its residents. The hope is to conclude the day with tails wagging and a new record set, celebrated with the collective cheer of the El Cajon community.Guinness, dogs, record