Party With the Door County Sled Dogs at Milwaukee's Serb Hall Saturday, April 23rd

This Saturday, the non-profit group Door County Sled Dogs will hold a fundraiser at Serb Hall at 51st & Oklahoma in Milwaukee.

Dog handlers Bonnie Ulrich and Richard Desotelle along with Boo Boo and Happy were special lives guests on the CBS 58 News at 4:30 p.m.

The Door County Sled Dogs, a 501(c)3, provides all-ages educational presentations year-round as well as providing weekly dog sled rides on a first come basis on Sundays only primarily at Milwaukee’s McKinley Marina. Occasional weekends rides at Whitnall Park but check ahead of time! - snow conditions permitting. 

All rides are 11am to 1pm, beginning approx. Jan. 17th thru February. 

For all interested in rescues, Huskies, sled dogs, and community. The Door County Sled Dogs are a recreational sled dog team (all rescues) consisting of seven purebred Siberian Huskies, five Alaskan Huskies, one very special collie/husky mix and two human mushers: Rick Desotelle and Bonnie Ulrich. Assisting with their mission are a team of over 40 volunteers from all across the state, along with their 44 rescues, mostly Huskies, who also volunteer!  

Our dogs are a “recreational mid-distance” team that participates in races, fun runs, leisurely trail rides, and many special community events. In addition, since the huskies are also pets who love children, people, and running,they provide dog sled rides to the general public on Sundays Jan. thru February. 

Here are the details about the Party with the Sled Dogs:

From 3-8 p.m. there will be fun, food and children's activities. Plus, the chance to meet these rescue dogs turned good will ambassadors.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children. Food and drink is included in the price.

Live music headliner will be the #1 Polka Band "The Squeezettes."

Call (414) 967-9677 for more information.

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