Barks at St. Mark’s: Local Church Going to the Dogs This Sunday, June 9

Teddy is looking forward to it! From St. Mark’s Episcopal Church …

Everyone is invited to bring their friendly-social dog to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 1314 Rawson Avenue in South Milwaukee on Sunday, June 9th from 8:30-11:00AM. Meet new friends in a great environment of food, fellowship and fun!

Father Steve Kuhl will be conducting a Free outdoor service and Dog Blessing at 9:00AM. After the Dog Blessing, the Congregation of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church invites you to enjoy our complimentary picnic and share the morning with the friendly folks of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, and our Bark’s Buddies-local pet-friendly businesses and organizations (see our webpage for an updated list of Barks Buddies on May 31st).

Local Pet friendly businesses and organizations will be participating in our Barks at St. Mark’s Event giving you a great opportunity to visit their on-site displays for information and merchandise. There is even a silent auction area where guests have an opportunity to bid on an array of “Excellent Things to Experience in the Midwest” and so much more at this fun event!

Remember to Smile for the camera! Our “Puppyrazzi” Photographers will snap pictures of you and your dog for a fun keepsake and special memory of the day.

*For everyone’s safety and enjoyment, we ask that ONLY friendly-social dogs that like people and other dogs attend. All Dogs must be up to date with vaccinations, short-leashed, and under their pet-parent’s supervision and control at all times.

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