The Doggie Paddle Cruise | September 11th, 2022

2022Sun11Sep1:00 PMSun4:00 PMThe Doggie Paddle Cruise | September 11th, 2022A Loving Heart Animal Shelter Benefit

Event Details

Loving Heart Animal Shelter along with the Madam Carroll are excited to announce our 1st Annual Doggie Paddle Cruise of 2022. We invite you to a fun and unique fundraising event on the largest boat in the state! Take in beautiful Lake Freeman from 3 different decks while you dance to the Live DJ featuring Nick Ribordy from The Rat Pak, enjoy food, with a chance to win one of our awesome raffle baskets or other giveaways!

We will have two featured handcrafted cocktails, by bartender Steve, for you to purchase: The Hair of The Dog has a whiskey flare, and The Cat’s Meow has a vodka vibe! Your admission to this event includes Live music from the DJ, Hors d’oeuvres type catering provided by Two Guys Bakery and Catering, and 1 free entry per person for the door prize giveaway!

If you are a business that is looking for a Sponsorship opportunity for this event, please email lovingheartanimalshelter@gmail.com as we have several different options. Make sure you bring some extra cash for the full bar, purchase raffle tickets, or buy an exclusive Doggie Paddle Cruise t-shirt! The Loving Heart Animal Shelter is a 501 (c) 3, Non-Profit organization.  Your sponsorship or general admission helps animals in our area live their best lives while awaiting their new home. We can’t wait to Sunday Funday cruise with you on Lake Freeman in support of the Shelter. Please note, this is a 21 and over event.

Boarding Begins: 12:00 PM
Departure: 1:00 PM
Return: 4:00 PM

Regarding Inclement Weather:

The Madam Carroll cruises rain or shine. However, it is the sole discretion of this vessels captain and ownership to determine if inclement weather could create hazardous conditions in which case the ship will remain at dock and this event will continue as scheduled.

Regarding Lake Levels:

After nearly 100 years of keeping Lake Freeman and Lake Schafer level, the US Fish and Wildlife Department intervened and mandated that the water flow leaving the Oakdale Dam be maintained to a specific cubic foot per second to protect an endangered mussel species below the dam on the river. In times of drought, the water levels in Lake Freeman are dropped to maintain constant river flows below the dam. In this event, it becomes unsafe for the vessel to cruise. If this is the case, the ship will remain at dock and this event will continue as scheduled. You can learn more about this erroneous calculation on behalf of the US Fish and Wildlife Department and how you can help the Madam Carroll continue her operation in this article.

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