SAVE the DATE: Carnival of the Dogs + Claws & Paws Film Fest + Wine & Whiskers Reception - AUGUST 29,2015 (rain date August 30)
Provincetown Dog Park Association is proud to be a partner is this day-long celebration on August 29. Join us at Pilgrim Bark Park in Provincetown from 9:00am to 12:00pm for CARNIVAL of the DOGS, a morning of fun-filled activities for canines and their human companions.
This will be followed by CLAWS & PAWS, PTown's Pet Film Fest at 2:00pm and 4:00pm at Water's Edge Cinema. There's still time to make your dog a star! Submit your video entry by August 8 at FilmFreeway or if you need help, contact Heather at Provincetown Community Television.
Need help with your video? Contact Heather at Provincetown Community Television.
Finally, a Wine & Whiskers Reception will be held at Provincetown Pet Resort & Supply from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.
Opened in 2008 by the Provincetown Dog Park Association, Inc.,a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Pilgrim Bark Park is located on an acre of land where dogs can run free and socialize off leash. There is a general dog section and a section exclusively for small dogs under 25 pounds. The park is home to many beautiful sculptures and structures donated by local artists. Continuous improvements to the park are made possible by the generous donations of our donors and sponsors.
Pilgrim Bark Park is dedicated to Howie Schneider,
a long time friend of Provincetown and a friend of canines everywhere!
Although a public park, Pilgrim Bark Park receives NO taxpayer dollars. Provincetown Dog Park Association (PDPA, Inc.) is a 501(c)3 and all donations are tax-deductible as allowable by law
Annually, $12,500-15,000 is required to keep the park clean, stocked and safe.
Please consider a minimum tax deductible donation of $25 to become a FRIEND of Pilgrim Bark Park. If you are already a FRIEND, please renew your friendship TODAY!