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    A nice morning brunch is a great way to start the weekend, and it’s even better when you can bring your four-legged family members with you. Next Saturday on August 2nd, you’ll have the opportunity to join

    102.3 The Max

    , the

    Southern Indiana Animal Rescue,

    Duffy’s Dog Training Center

    , and

    Bluegrass Kennels


    The Cafe

    from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. for the first ever Bark Brunch. What’s more, the event is also partnered with the

    Flea-Off Market

    , and The Cafe is located only blocks away - after you get a great breakfast you can head on over for some shopping!

    There will also be a red carpet for you to get pictures with your pooch, and the first twenty-five attendees will get a doggie bag containing a bandana and other treats! Southern Indiana Animal Rescue will be offering micro-chipping for $20 as well, so if you still haven’t had your dog chipped, now is your chance. What’s more, there will be dogs for adoption as well, so if you want to come, yet lack a furry family member to bring, you might just find your match along with breakfast!

    The Cafe is located at 712 Brent Street, tucked away under the East Broadway railroad trestle. If you haven’t been yet, now is your chance to scope out their amazing menu and have some food which looks amazing. I’ll be there, possibly with Marley the greyhound if I can trust him around that much food.

    Check out 102.3 The Max’s

    event page

    for more info on the event and links to the sponsoring organizations. Reservations aren't required, but encouraged - especially if you want one of those doggie bags.

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    About Brandon Vigliarolo

    Brandon is a Michigan transplant, and has been working as a freelance writer since he arrived. He lives with his Girlfriend Hannah, Pico and Marionette the cats, and Marley the awkward greyhound.

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