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Manitoba Ferret Association Spring Frolic

Want to come and see what Ferrets are all about. Like to meet some real owners of ferrets and know that were all not crazy people that love animals that climb up your pant legs. and steal your socks. Want to see what crazy games we invent for the ferrets and ferret moms and pops to entertain them. Like to see how loveable these little creatures are Then come over to St Vital Park June 25th, Look for the signs and come on over, don't be shy, ferret owners don't bite, and most of the ferrets don't either, but they may want to steal your socks. All humans and ferrets are invited. Fun and games for both along with hotdogs/chips and a drink for a great price with all proceeds going to the shelter. There will be lots of bedding and ferret toys for sale as well. We will be there rain or shine! Please ensure your ferrets are up to date on their distemper shots and bring verification to keep everyone safe. With every $3.00 donation, we will thank you with a hotdog, drink and snack bag of chips Saturday, June 25th, Spring Frolic at St. Vital Park / Rain or Shine

Where:
St Vital Park
St Vital Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
204-947-6980
www.manitobaferrets.ca
When:
Saturday, June 25, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
What:
Out & About
Neighbourhood:
St. Vital
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