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Brady Street Pet Parade
Sunday, October 7, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Brady Street's 11th Annual Pet Parade- Sunday October 7, 11am - 4pm
This year the party will be bigger than ever to celebrate 11 furry, feathery and sometimes scaly 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, we will also have a tail wagging contest, and pet/owner look alike contest. Registration fees for this event are donated to the Wisconsin Humane Society The Grand prize is a 6 month supply of pet food donated from locally made Fromm Family Foods!
Spectacular sidewalk sales, great raffles, prizes, canine agility demonstrations, bobbing for hotdogs, vendors and pet photo ops await at this ever popular family friendly event.
Pet Parade Schedule
11 a.m. In-Person Registration and Agility Demos by Zoom Room
12:15 p.m. Costume Contest, Best Tail Wagging Contest and Pet/Owner Look Alike Contest Judged by Kidd O'Shea of WISN tv and WMYX radio
1 p.m. Parade led by the MPD Horses and the band, Tropical Tomorrows with Julio Pabon of De La Buena
1:30 p.m. Pet Blessing by Father Tim Kitzke of Three Holy Women Parish
2 p.m. Return to Brady for Raffle Winner Announcements, stop by Ecopet to trick-or-treat!
2:15-3pm More amazing Latin-inspired music and entertainment by Tropical Tomorrows
All Registrations receive a FREE frisbee compliments of Amica Insurance and a Brady Street Bandana- bring your ticket to the Registration Tent to receive your goodies!!! PLUS, you will then be entered into our drawing to win an overnight stay for a family of 4 to the Hilton City Center Hotel including Water Park Passes.
See our website for a list of partcipating vendors and other prizes
When & Where
Brady Street BID#11 and Brady Street Area Association
Brady Street consists of 9 blocks running east to west from Lake Michigan to the Milwaukee River that contain some of the city's finest locally owned restaurants, shops, taverns, lounges, salons and cafes. Brady Street- For All Walks of Life!