‘Llama Pub Crawl’ is a thing that’s happening in Atlanta this weekend


‘Llama Pub Crawl’ is a thing that’s happening in Atlanta this weekend

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Wamdi Tanka (left) and Jennifer Belgard at a Christmas parade in 2016.

If you like drinking with llamas, that’s different. 

But if that’s the case, you might be interested in a pub crawl happening in Little Five Points this weekend. 

The Llama Pub Crawl was organized to support Southeast Llama Rescue, a nonprofit that protects abused, neglected and “behaviorally unmanageable” llamas, according to the event page

Guests are encouraged to wear costumes for the crawl, which includes the following stops: Little Vinyl Lounge, Brewhouse Cafe, Java Lords and Elmyr. 

Raffle prizes will be available from places such as Junkman’s Daughter and Park Pet Supply, organizers said.

There is no charge to join; guests should expect to pay for drinks at the bars. Funds are raised through raffle tickets and donations.

The event, in its second year, will feature four llamas adopted by Wit’s End Llama Consortium, a farm owned by Tracy and Liam Munroe. The Munroes created the event with Jenny Belgard.

The function is in memory of Wamdi Tanka, a Wit’s End llama who died at 21 years old. 

“Tanka was a favorite among the many Atlanta Christmas and St. Patrick parades and other PR events,” a statement from the Munroes said. “He will be missed greatly.”

Event proceeds will be shared with Infinity Acres Ranch

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