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wmfd.com - Area residents are invited to enjoy a day at Malabar Farm State Park with your favorite canine companion this Saturday.

   
 
Malabark In the Park Will Be Held May 17

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Area residents are invited to enjoy a day at Malabar Farm State Park with your favorite canine companion this Saturday. The second annual "Malabark in the Park" will take place from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on the grounds of the former home of famous author and conservationist, Louis Bromfeld. There will be many free, fun-filled doggies activities, demonstrations, competitions and displays. And, a SWAT Flyball team from Cleveland will offer 2-dog race demonstrations. There will be a $10r entry fee for each dog entered in the pet contest, with prizes awarded in categories ranging from the cutest and ugliest dogs to the best trick and best costume.
   
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