Written by Katie Rosenberg
Dogs of all breeds and sizes “let their fur down” in June at the first Dog-Gone Pool Party of the 2017 summer season.
Canine enthusiasts brought their four-legged friends to the Marathon County Splash Pad to enjoy some off-leash time — running through sprinklers and dodging water cannons.
See a video montage of some pups cooling off at the Marathon County Splash Pad below.
If you and your dog missed the June party, don’t worry! There are two Dog-Gone Pool Party opportunities left this summer:
- Monday, July 31
- Sunday, August 13
The party starts at 5:30 p.m. and goes until 8:00 p.m.
All it takes to join in the fun is $5 and proof of current vaccinations. All the money raised goes toward reduced-cost pool passes and swimming lessons for children and families who need financial assistance.
Get more details on the rules, the fees, and the FUN here and check out the Wausau & Marathon County Parks, Recreation, & Forestry’s dedicated Dog-Gone Pool Party Facebook page for event updates, photos, and more.
Marathon County Board Supervisor | District 1
Katie Rosenberg is a Marathon County Board Supervisor representing District 1. She is passionate about engaging the community and is active on social media and in organizing neighborhood constituent meetings with her Wausau City Council counterpart, Alderman Pat Peckham. In her free time, you can find Katie enjoying the outdoors with her husband on bike, on roller skates, and in trail shoes. She also enjoys attending all manner of political events, traveling the world, and cooking up a mean vegetarian soup. Email Katie Rosenberg
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