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Dog Days of Downtown Evansville

Dogs lined the street of downtown Evansville Saturday for some furry fun.

Posted: Sep 11, 2021 6:54 PM

The Downtown Evansville Economic Improvement District put on the 2nd annual Dog Day Downtown in Evansville Saturday afternoon.

The Main Street event is a celebration of dogs in downtown city spaces.

"It's a great chance for dog owners who may not come down to Main Street to see everything we're doing down here," said Josh Armstrong, president of the Downtown Evansville Economic Improvement District."We have some new businesses that'll be open next year that are under construction and it'll be even bigger next year."

At the event were tents for vendors selling dog products, non-for profits, and a handful of food trucks.

Coordinators expect this event to be one of the more popular downtown events each year.

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A line of sustained to heavy rainfall is expected to push northeastward across the Tri-State between the hours 7AM and 11AM Thursday morning; be sure to pack an umbrella early tomorrow, as that timeline will fall during your morning commute Thursday. After the initial line of rain exits east of the region, we'll continue to see periods of scattered rainfall throughout our Thursday afternoon and evening. Unfortunately, the same can be said for our Friday - lower pressure slowly spinning eastward will stall the rainfall and prolong our precip chances as we head into Friday afternoon and evening. It looks as though those chances of rainfall throughout our Friday will be sporadic at best and shouldn't lead to any significant disruption to those Friday night football games.
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