Dogs can come in from the cold at Minneapolis Cider Company Nedopekin Yuriy


Pop-Up Indoor Dog Park

Jan. 26
1-5 p.m.
Barhopping, Family Events, Food and Drink

During the warmer months in Minnesota, dog parks become hot spots for pups and their humans. It’s a place to meet new buddies, sniff butts, and burn off some excess energy. In the wintertime, however, dogs can get cabin fever as much as their human friends. Walks become shorter, taking a dump outside in the cold is less fun, and the parks are less frequented. But this Sunday at Minneapolis Cider Company, the dog park moves inside for a day of fun regardless of the weather. Well-behaved beasts will be invited to run, jump, and explore a 4,000-square-foot pop-up park (we’re guessing that the space’s pickleball court is being repurposed for the afternoon). Meanwhile, good boys and girls can have their own kind of fun while enjoying drinks from the bar.