KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: Dog Day of Summer 2019

Aug 13, 2019 0 comments
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: Dog Day of Summer 2019

What is Dog Day of Summer?

This one has gone to the dogs! Celebrate our four-legged friends this August with a day full of pet-friendly vendors, activities, pet adoptions, food vendors, and more at the Levering Lot (107 Levering Street). New this year is the Pup Crawl where participating businesses will have special drink specials and activities for you and your pup.

Don't have a dog? Don't fret! This is a family-friendly event for four and two-legged guests!

When is Dog Day of Summer?

Saturday, August 24 | 11AM-4PM

Will there be any street closures?

No

What kind of activities and vendors will be there?

ACTIVITY LIST:

Opportunity Barks Agility Course

Pet Portraits with Alexa Nahas Photography
(Sign-up form coming soon!)

Raffles

More Coming Soon!

PET VENDORS:

The Animedic Veterinary Hospital
Brandywine Valley SPCA*
Canines-N-Kids Foundation
City of Paws Pet Care
Doggie Destination
Forever Fur Rings
Home At Last Dog Rescue*
Manayunk Pooch Scoochers
Mid-Atlantic K9
National Canine Cancer Foundation
PAWS*
Pet Friendly Dog Bakery
Pet Valu
Philadelphia Barking Authority
Piggyback Treats Company
Regal Beagle
Scallywags
Street Tails Animal Rescue*
Walk This Way LLC
Wissahickon Creek Veterinary Hospital

*Adoptable dogs on site

FOOD VENDORS:

Grappling Crab
Dom's Dogs
Hardy Funnel Cakes

More Coming Soon!

MAIN STREET SPECIALS:

Local restaurants partnered with Tito's and NCCF to offer an exclusive Tito's Dog Day of Summer cocktail. For every drink sold $1 will be donated to NCCF with a match from Tito's.

Participating Restaurants:

Bourbon Blue
Cactus Cantina + Bayou Bar and Grill
The Goat's Beard
Jake's and Cooper's Wine Bar
JD McGuillicuddy's
Lucky's Last Chance
Taqueria Feliz
Winnie's Manayunk

Drinks Coming Soon!

Retail shops will also be offering special sales, free treats, dog activities, and more!

Participating Stores:

City of Paws Pet Care: Sale
Ilumine Gallery: Buy 2 Items Get 3rd Free
The Little Apple: Complimentary Puppuccinos for Canine Shoppers
Nicole Miller: TBD
Philadelphia Runner: 10:30am Dog Friendly Group Run & 15% Off The Whole Store

More Coming Soon!

Where can I park?

You can park in the Venice Island lot, parking is $2 per hour.

How to get there?

Coming To Manayunk By Car:

From South

(Delaware, Baltimore)

Take I-95 North. Follow signs for Central Philadelphia/I- 676 West. Follow 676 West to signs for Route 76 (Schuylkill Expressway) West - (towards Valley Forge). Take 76 to Belmont Ave/Green Lane Exit 338 (old exit 31), at the bottom of the ramp make a right turn cross the Green Lane bridge to the traffic light which is Main Street and make a right turn. Welcome to Manayunk - first parking lot will appear on your right just past the fire house.

From West

(Reading, Lancaster, Harrisburg)

Take the PA Turnpike East to Exit 326 (old exit 24; Schuylkill Expressway). Take Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) East towards Central Philadelphia. Take 76 to Belmont Ave/Green Lane Exit 338 (old exit 31), at the bottom of the ramp make a left turn, cross the Green Lane bridge to the traffic light which is Main Street and make a right turn. Welcome to Manayunk - first parking lot will appear on your right just past the fire house.

From North

(New York, North Jersey)

Take NJ Turnpike to PA Turnpike/Exit 6. Take the PA Turnpike to Exit 326 (old exit 24; Schuylkill Expressway). Take Schuylkill Expressway (I-76) East towards Central Philadelphia. Take 76 to Belmont Ave/Green Lane Exit 338 (old exit 31), at the bottom of the ramp make a left turn, cross the Green Lane bridge to the traffic light which is Main Street and make a right turn. Welcome to Manayunk - first parking lot will appear on your right just past the fire house.

** Address to plug in for a GPS: 107 Levering Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127

Coming To Manayunk By Bike:

Stay active and remain eco-friendly by biking to Manayunk! Take Kelly Drive from Center City or the Schuylkill River Trail from all parts of the Philadelphia region. Visit the Bike Coalition of Greater Philadelphia for more details and biking maps.

Coming To Manayunk By Public Transportation:

For schedules and fare rates, contact SEPTA at (215) 580-7800 or on the web at www.septa.org for more information.

I read your entire blog post but my question was not answered. Where do I go now?

If you have any questions regarding the Manayunk Arts Festival or Manayunk in general that haven’t been answered, you can email or call our office at 215-482-9565.

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