Twin Cities: 3 Things to Do With Your Dog This Weekend

Whether you pawfer to plan like a mother pupper or make it up as you go, your dog just wants to come along. Here are three dog-friendly events that’ll send the tail wags into overdrive.

Minnehaha Falls Art Fair @ Minnehaha Park (10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, July 20)  Art. Nature. Shopping. Dogs. What more could you want? This Saturday is the first-ever Minnehaha Falls Art Fair featuring tons o’ stuff for the MN pup-ulation: artisan-made dog products and treats, pup portraits, and dog paw art. End the day with happy zoomies in Minnehaha Off-Leash Park.

Woofstock 2019 @ Pub 42 (12 to 4 p.m., Sunday, July 21) It’s Woofstock 2019 and clothing’s optional, for the pooches at least. This event features dog-friendly vendors, beer and alcohol, live music, giveaways, and more. The only thing missing is your dad reminiscing about his hippie days. (Want more dog-friendly, beer drinkin’ fun? Check out our Brewery Pass!)

People & Pets Together Anniversary Celebration @ Powderhorn Park (2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, July 21) This Sunday, People & Pets Together is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a heckuva pawty with food and drinks, raffle prizes, and pet portraits.We’re totally mutts about this crew’s pawgressive programs and all they do to help the humans and doggos we ruv. It’s free to attend (and did we mention these folks are friggin’ heroes?), so leash up the pup and mingle with some pawesome members of our dog-lovin’ community.

Can’t get enough fur on your clothes this weekend? Neither can we. If you’ve got more pup-lovin’ plans, let us know by sharing ‘em in the comments and submitting to our calendar.

(Photo by KME Photography)

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2 thoughts on “Twin Cities: 3 Things to Do With Your Dog This Weekend

    1. Andrea Lahouze

      Hi Roger! Pets are welcome on buses and trains as long as they are kept in animal carriers. Service animals are exempt.

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