Don’t see an event on our Calendar? Click the link below to submit your event for consideration. Give as much information as you can. All non-profits are free to submit. Members of the Destination Oscoda for Success Program are also free to submit. Submit your event by clicking here. We process submissions between 9AM – 11AM Monday through Friday so submit your event in advance! No same day submissions and it is best to submit a minimum of one week in advance for best results.

Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Official Unveiling Military Working Dog Memorial Statue

August 27, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

You are cordially invited to attend the Official Unveiling Ceremony for our new Military Working Dog Memorial Statue at the Pentagon Service Monument located at the Oscoda Veterans Memorial Park on August 27 at 1pm.

We will Officially Unveil the New Military Working Dog Memorial Statue. This is a life sized statue of a Military Handler and his K9 Companion. This statue simulates the handler sitting down pouring water from his canteen into his helmet with his dog beside him waiting to get a drink. The statue is carved out of granite. We will have guest speakers, a musician, several Handlers and a working K9s from Mission 22 Service Dog organization along with their booth, Color Guard, a display by the Michigan War Dog Memorial in South Lyons along with several Handlers and their K9s presenting a 21 second Howling for all Dogs who have passed and more that will be confirmed soon. Bring your lawn chairs if desired. The actual location is at the Pentagon Service Monument in close proximity to the M113A1 Static Display Vehicle.


August 27, 2023
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Category:


Jospeh Brinn


Oscoda Veterans Memorial Park
4000 Skeel Road
Oscoda, MI 48750 United States
+ Google Map

Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the event organizers on this calendar do not reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Destination Oscoda. Attendance and participation are deemed at your own risk and anyone attending or taking part in the event must use good judgement, obey all laws and take reasonable care to avoid any injury to their person or property.