Come spend a fun-filled day of family-friendly canine capers and doggy delights at Bark in the Park San Jose™. You can also learn a lot about dog care, dog service, how dogs help others and how you can help other dogs. There are activities for everyone to enjoy including contests, performances, demonstrations, kids activities, rescue organizations, more than 75 dog-related specialty vendors, and lots of yummy food and drink. The event benefits local pet and community charities including the Humane Society Silicon Valley, San Jose Animal Care Center, and the Naglee Park Campus Community Neighborhood Association. Please come and join in the festivities!
What: Naglee Park's "Bark in the Park San Jose"
When: Saturday, September 17, 2016 - 10am to 5pm
Where: William Street Park - S. 16th St. and E. William St., San Jose, California
Cost: A $5 donation per registered dog is requested
Who: Campus Community Association - Naglee Park Neighborhood
Petiquette: Please enter the park through a Registration Gate. All pets must be on a leash. Pick up after your dog. Doggie poop bags are available at all Registration Gates. Most importantly, respect private property. Be careful about letting your dog sniff other dogs; let them get adjusted to each other first. And then they can PLAY!
Parking: Attendees may park in the Naglee Park neighborhood, but please don't block the driveways. There will be a drop-off location at the park and directions to nearby parking areas while they last. You are encouraged to car pool or utilize public transportation when practical. Get directions and a map to Bark in the Park San Jose.
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Bark in the Park is going green again this year and making an effort to help reduce our impact on the environment by diverting at least 50% of our waste from the landfill! Event attendees can help us achieve zero waste by using the eco-stations correctly—BLUE for recycling, GREEN for composting, and BLACK for landfill materials.
Your attendance to Bark in the Park San Jose constitutes consent to be photographed and to have those photos published for non-commercial promotional purposes. Thank you!