East Atlanta Village is centered around the intersection of Flat Shoals Road and Glenwood Avenue just south of I-20. The village is an eclectic mix of art, commerce, restaurants and a loyal group of residents and store owners. (AJC file photos)

There will be llamas (yes, real llamas) at this East Atlanta pub crawl

Calling all llama lovers. An event in East Atlanta Village later this month, will be part pub crawl, part pajama party and part hanging out with fuzzy, live llamas. 

The East Atlanta Village Llama Bar Crawl is a fundraiser for the Southeast Llama Rescue, which helps the animals throughout the region.

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Starting at 2 p.m., attendees should head to the EARL, dressed in their most stylish pajamas. 

Wit’s End Llama consortium will have llamas in the neighborhood throughout the day. The event, which is free to attend, will continue through 6 p.m. — making stops at 529, the Graveyard and Midway Pub. 

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The event is for people 21 years and up and will feature a number of drink specials. Proceeds will all go to the llama rescue. People interested in further helping can buy raffle tickets, donate prizes or buy the llamas a snack to feed. 

As the event notes, it’s “Easy peasy, llama squeezy.”

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DETAILS

2-6 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22
The EARL, 488 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta

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