FREE showing of The Shaggy Dog to help keep Bark Park open, Richmond Hill

Free Movie Night Bark Park Fundraiser Richmond Hill Movie Night Fundraiser to help keep The Bryan County Bark Park dog park open

The Ice Cream Stop will screen The Shaggy Dog, 6:30PM Fri. Jan. 23 2015

The Bryan County Bark Park announces a fun night out for your human and canine family this Friday January 23rd at 6.30pm. The Shaggy Dog is a dog and child friendly Disney movie starring comedian Tim Allen who is accidentally transformed into a lovable dog. The movie is free to view and will be screened at The Ice Cream Stop near Publix on Hwy 144.

This event will help to raise vital funds to keep the Bark Park open at Henderson Park. The non-profit organization behind this free community facility is responsible for all the costs associated with building and maintaining this popular dog park.

Starting at 6:30pm, The Shaggy Dog will be screened by Bill and Gayle Pollard, owners of The Ice Cream Stop, who are generously donating a percentage of all proceeds from the meal deals and ice cream sales during this movie screening on the evening of January 23rd.

Meal deals include the purchase of a hot dog, chips or popcorn with a drink for only $3 or the same meal plus ice cream for only $5. If the evening is chilly, hot chocolate will be available for purchase and free ice cream will be provided for dogs joining their families for movie night under the stars.

Entry is free and well behaved dogs are encouraged to attend.

Cute ‘Bark Park’ products with the Bryan logo will be for sale including koozies, sweatshirts, T-shirts, dog and human soap, poop bags, decals and tasty human and doggie cookies.

For more information, visit and like the Bark Park on Facebook here.

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