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Pooch Parade

While it doesn’t generate the same kind of retail revenue as Christmas, Halloween is still a cash cow. You gotta buy candy and costumes. And increasingly, you need to get a costume for your pooch. An annual event, the Spooky Pooch Parade allows pet owners to put costumes on their dogs. Last year’s event drew a throng as pets in a variety of costumes pranced down Detroit Avenue as they competed to see who would be best in show. The event begins at 12:30 at St. Charles Green in Lakewood. It’s $10 to register your pooch ($15 day of event) for the parade. (Niesel) downtownlakewood.org

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