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Plans for the first annual St. George Island Brewfest are well underway and  you can rest assured it is going to be epic.  The Brewfest is a one day beer tasting festival designed to promote the appreciation of craft beer while listening to live music and enjoying great food.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, April 30th and is to start at 3:00 pm and run until 6:00 pm. Tickets are very limited and must be purchased in advance.  For more information and to purchase tickets go to :
The event is a fundraiser for the Franklin County Humane Society and all proceeds will benefit the homeless dogs and cats of Franklin County.  
Annual Apalachicola Oyster Cook-Off
Join us this Saturday, January 16th for the famous Apalachicola Oyster Cook-off. You can enjoy fresh oysters, beer, wine and live music all while strolling along the waterfront.  We will be in attendance with a litter of Lab puppies available for adoption as well as other pups, dogs and cats.
You don't want to miss this opportunity to experience the unique flavor of Apalachicola and possibly adopt the pet you have been looking for.
.5th Annual Mardi Gras Barkus Parade
You and your pooch(s) are invited to attend this year's Barkus Parade to be held Saturday, February 6th in downtown Apalachicola.  The theme this year is "WOOFSTOCK" and we hope to see lots of dogs dressed as hippies, flower pooches, and the Grateful Dogs with their people in similar garb. 
The parade begins at 1:00 p.m. so you'll want to arrive by noon for set-up. An after party is planned to begin at the end of the parade where you will enjoy authentic cajun food, liquid sustenance, games, a picture booth, live music and dancing.
For more information or to pre-register call 269-568-9468 or 850-670-5064. This event is sponsored by The Krewe of Salty Barkers and all proceeds benefit the Apalachicola Dog Park and the Franklin County Humane Society 
Milo and Otis were picked up on hwy 67 in Carrabelle by a good Samaritan.  Apparently this wasn,t their first rodeo.  After speaking with the owners about their concern of keeping them contained they chose to owner surrender them rather that risk them being hit by a car.
Milo is a 2 year old black Lab and Otis is a 5 year old yellow Lab.  They are best buds and beyond sweet.  Problem is, they are both heartworm positive and we'd like to keep them together if at all possible.
We have contacted Lab Rescue and they have a foster in south Florida who will foster them together during heartworm treatment but that isn't for another month and they can't gurantee they will be adopted together.  We thought we'd put their story to you readers to see if any of you might be interested in these two exceptional dogs or know of someone that might be.
If you would like more  information about these handsome boys, please call us at 850-670-8417.
Post Office Box 417 • Eastpoint, Florida 32328 • (850) 670-8417
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