Brady Street's Annual Pet Parade- Sunday, October 5th, 11am - 3pm
This year the party will be bigger than ever to celebrate 13 furry years on Brady Street! Critters of all shapes and sizes take to the streets for this annual pet parade and pet blessing.
This year, in addition to our costume contest, tail wagging contest, and pet/owner look alike contest, we will be having a Human Bark Contest. Lots of prizes donated by Fromm Family Foods and Ecopet on Brady! (Registration Fees benefit the Wisconsin Humane Society- registration is required in order to participate in the contests) In person registration will be available the day of the event but you can also register online.
Spectacular sidewalk sales, great raffles, prizes, face painting, vendors and pet photo ops await at this ever popular family friendly event.
Pet Parade Schedule
11 a.m. In-Person Registration (plus raffles and vendors)
12:15 p.m. Costume Contest, Best Tail Wagging Contest and Pet/Owner Look Alike Contest (Registration Required)
12:45 p.m. Human Bark Contest judged by friends from Ecopet on Brady
1 p.m. Parade led by the MPD Horses
1:30 p.m. Pet Blessing by Three Holy Women Parish
2 p.m. Return to Brady Street for Raffle Winner Announcements.
2:15- 3 p.m. Wander up and down Brady Street to take advantage of all the spectacular sidewalk sales plus dining and drink deals. (Stop in to Ecopet for Trick-or-Treat with your pet!)
PRIZE INFO: Amazing prizes donated by locally made, Fromm Family Foods. If you register online, be sure to print out your ticket or show your ticket on your mobile device to claim your prizes!
Don't forget to check out our raffle area which includes prizes from Zoom Room, Ecopet and more!
Contact Steph Salvia for volunteer opportunities at: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Special thanks to our sponsor, Fromm Family Foods!
Want to volunteer at our Pet Parade? There are a variety of ways you can help! Contact Steph at email@example.com
Proceeds from this event benefit the WI Humane Society!
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