Mennello Museum invites you to dress up your puppers and doggos for Howl O' Woof in the sculpture garden

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Halloween offers the best excuse to dress your pets up and this year Mennello Museum hosts a new outing that’ll give you incentive to go all out. The venue is holding its first Howl O’ Woof event, allowing you to take your dapper dogs for a stroll through their sculpture garden. The top three dogs get their pick of a gift basket courtesy of  Woof Gang Bakery. Snap a selfie with your furry pal, take in the Halloween-themed art or watch the dogs “bob for apples” in pet pools. Local vendors Lulu’s Pet Salon and Spaw, Rick’s Dog Deli, Pookie’s Pet Nutrition & Bow Wow Bakery, Popular Pup, and Woof! Orlando provide complimentary treats for canine attendees. Human companions should come prepared with cash to order refreshments from Shakers Bar Catering. Consider becoming a Pet Member so you and your four-legged friend can get access to the sculpture garden all year long and get into this Halloween event for free.

6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27 | Mennello Museum of American Art, 900 E. Princeton St. | 407-246-4278 | mennellomuseum.org | $10

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