Mark your calendars for Bark in the Park at Locust Lake State Park! This dog friendly event will be held from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Sunday, October 3, 2021 at Locust Lake State Park Campground in Barnesville, PA, US. Sponsored by Fairway Subaru. Admission is free and benefits Friends of Tuscarora and Locust Lake.  This fun event featuring vendors, demonstrations, food, and a silent auction to benefit the Friends of Tuscarora and Locust Lake State Parks.

This event is free of charge, family friendly, and leashed, well behaved dogs are welcome! There will be food, activities, vendors, and silent auction items to purchase – all with a proceeds going to the Friends of Tuscarora and Locust Lake State Parks. It should be a great day to enjoy the parks, get a bite to eat, shop some vendors, and to win the auction of some great stuff!

All attendees will be entered to win an Apple AirTag as a door prize. Other great door prizes too! Register at the table for your door prize ticket!  The first 50 attendees will receive: a poop bag holder, dog food sample sample from Honest Kitchen, BOLO dog treat sample from Dog is Good, natural flea & tick spray from Wondercide!

The schedule is as follows:

Food Trucks:
🍔 Gimbel Farms, LLC Burgers
🍟 Phil’s French Fries, Pierogies, and Funnel Cake
🧋Farm Show Milkshakes
Demos/ Activities:
🐕‍🦺 12:00 Dog Walk with Robin Tracey
🐾 12:00 – 4:00 Low Cost Microchip by Fresh Start Animal Rescue League ($25/microchip)
🎨 12:00 – 4:00 Face paint for kids
📷 12:00 – 4:00 Photography by Three Visions Photography ($7)
🐩 12:00 – 4:00 Crazy Fun Dog Contest with Prizes
🎨🖌 12:30 – 3:30 Caricature Artist Angie Jordan ($10/head B&W, $15/head color)
☄️ 12:30 Disc Dogs Demo
🐻 1:00 Ways of Wildlife with Porcupine Pat
🪘 1:30 Joe Ciarvella and Grateful Drumming – highly interactive! 👏
🐍 1:30 Snakebites and Pet Safety by Venom Institute
🐕 2:00 Dog Obedience Demonstration by Mannered Mutts
🦎 2:30 Reptile and Amphibians by Venom Institute
☄️ 3:00 Disc Dogs Demo
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