Educational Booths & Events


"Dog Season" keeps us busy with educating in the community.
BCBC participates in TONS of events, parades, fairs and festivals throughout southeastern WI.

Wanna come out to say "hello" and visit?  
Here's a list of where we'll be during this year's busy booth season.
We try to keep this list as up to date as possible, but check back often.  Also we try to provide a link to the events details when we can - since we don't run these events, we'll try to send you to the source for information. 

Hope to see you out and about this year!  Stop by and say Hi! 



The 33rd Annual Original Bike Blessing is just around the corner. This is an EVERYONE WELCOME event! No bike? No problem! Come enjoy live music by Almighty Vinyl, Free Beer, lots of vendors, and get a personalized blessing of your bike. This event, as always, raises funds to support Children's Hospital of Wisconsin!




Join us for a day filled with fun things to do for those with two legs or four! Our theme comes from a galaxy far, far away and we will have a few of our costumed friends from the 501st Legion Wisconsin Garrison and the Mandalorian Mercs of Wisconsin: Cin’ciri Verda available for pictures! Throughout the event there will be plenty of raffle baskets, a pet-friendly photo booth, community vendors, pet-friendly build your own ice cream sundaes and so much more!! 
Animals ALWAYS welcome and costumes encouraged!


West Allis A La Carte is a street festival that occurs the first Sunday in June.

A venue to unite schools, churches, civic organizations, community artists, youth programs, businesses, and the City of West Allis with the community and with each other.

A day filled with activities geared towards bringing together every member of the family from toddler to teenager, from parents to grandparents, for fun, games, food, and music.

Click here for more details!



In 2017 we had over 1000 participants and guests attending Walk, Run, Wag, not including over 40 sponsors & vendors.  Walk, Run, Wag 2017 fundraising efforts allowed Friends of MADACC to raise funds that directly impacted and benefited animals.  We subsidized and fully sponsored adoption fees for cats & dogs.  We continued our “Pit Bull Proud” program and outreach.  We enhanced our “Cheesehead” program to fully sponsor dogs that had been at MADACC over 30 days.  Please join us in these extraordinary efforts!

Click here for more details!



Every police dog should have the same protection their human partner has.  Bullet resistant and stab proof vests should be a requirement for all police and military k-9.  Help us raise awareness and much needed funds to make sure all Wisconsin police K-9’s have the protection they deserve. Attend the 7th Annual MECA Vest a K-9 Fest on July 21st from 10am – 3pm.

Our Mission is to provide total wellness for Wisconsin police k-9’s offering early veterinary care, raising funds to help purchase and train police K-9’s for police departments, to provide police K-9’s with protective vests, to supply the police K-9 units with various equipment (including, but not limited to police K-9 vehicles equipped with air conditioning monitoring devices) and more.





Saturday, August 18, 2018
9am – 4pm

Shop local vendors for pet products and services, talk to pet experts, watch a Police K9 demo, play games, enter the raffles, meet’n’greet adoptable pets from HAWS and our rescue partners!


Microchipping available

Donate an item from HAWS’ Wish List and receive a FREE 5x7 
digital image of your pet!

      Food and beverages for all

 FREE!!!
PETS WELCOME!
Please bring your pet on a 6′ leash or in a carrier for safety.


Click here for more details!



         

Save the date! Saturday, September 22, 2018 marks the fifth year of Fromm Petfest, a pet festival taking place at Henry Maier Festival Park and in partnership with Milwaukee World Festival, Inc. This festival has quickly become a Milwaukee favorite, and Bryan Nieman from Fromm Family Foods joins us to discuss what you 
can expect at this year's event!
 
   Fromm Petfest takes place on Saturday, September 22 at Henry Maier Festival Park.


                                        Click here for more details!