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June 10, 2014

Dog Days coming to Georgetown Drive-in

GEORGETOWN — On Saturday, June 14, the Georgetown Twin Drive-In Theater is opening its gates to four legged family members, allowing dogs on leash to attend for a $2 admission fee. All dog admission fees collected will be donated to the NA-FC Animal Shelter.

The Drive-In’s main feature will be DreamWorks’s, how to “Train Your Dragon 2!” The other additional movies playing have not been announced yet. Besides great movies, several exciting child and dog friendly events are planned. There are plans to have a coloring contest for the children’s pleasure, while dogs can participate in nail trims and most unique trick (or best trained dog) contest, watch demonstrations, or kick back and relax with a pet massage. Booths will be set up by area dog related businesses and adoptable animals from area rescues will be in attendance. The NA-FC Animal Shelter's P.A.W.S. Mobile Unit will be available. Special concessions like gravy snow cones and dog treat will even be sold just for the dogs to enjoy on their day out.

The shelter will be hosting a silent auction at this event. There will be more than $600 in items that will be available, and the donations are still coming in. Some items are restaurant gift certificates, Holiday World, Newport Aquarium, and Mammoth Cave Tickets. Watch the website as the event gets closer to see what items will be available. You won’t want to miss the Doggie Boutique either. There will be a variety of doggie shirts, collars, harnesses, and much more available for purchase with a donation.

Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Further details and rules for bringing your pet will be available at the Drive-In’s website georgetowndrivein.com

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