APPLETON - It was all about dogs in the Fox Valley Saturday.
People gathered at the Building for Kids Children's Museum for a special "Dog Parade Day at the Museum."
It's in partnership with the Fox Cities book festival.
People could make dogs ears in the art studio and participate in story time.
The Menasha Police Department's K9 unit was also on hand for the fun.
Organizers say the event is a great way to get out and explore the museum.
"We like to have a lot of special events here at the museum, and its just a fun thing to do, and it's a fun thing to bring in dogs, and for them to meet with and visit with police officers, and see what they do with the K9 unit," said Maggie Miller.
The event was inspired by the popular children's book "Dog Parade" by Barbara Joosse.
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