Every dog has its day! Make sure yours doesn't miss out! Head over to The Brookline WAGATHON - Brookline's first Dog Fest, hosted by the Washington Square Association to be held on Sunday, September 30th, from 11am to 3pm at Washington Square. Admission of $10 is requested per pooch.
Furry friends are guaranteed a tail-wagging good time of eat, drink, schmooze and romp! Forty dog-friendly businesses and organizations will line Beacon Street to offer fun activities and gourmet treats hand-crafted by Washington Square's famous eateries - The Fireplace lamb-burgers, Golden Temple doggy dumplings, Cafe Nicholas bone-shaped pizzas, The Abbey treats, puppy-sundaes at Emack & Bolio's...and a signature line of bow-wow biscuits to be launched at Athans!
Free pet-icures offered at Sylvan by Durty Harry's, brain-teasers at No Bones About It, Vincent Van Dogh dog caricatures at Cause to Paws and bows and ties for fashionistas at Brocades. Squeaky-toy agility contest at TD Bank. Ruffle raffle at Brookline Bank.
Tiny World Child Care and The Cooperative Dog offer safe-dog-handling classes for tots. Mini-obedience training by Vera Wilkinson, Best of Boston 2011 Dog Trainer. Questions about health and wellness? Head over to the "Ask-A-Vet" stations of VCA Brookline Animal Hospital and Metro Cat Hospital. Browse poochie literature at Brookline Booksmith. Cool off at Connelly Hardware.
Be the first to beta-test SquuePlay's SqueeDog video game.
Dress up your pet or flaunt him "au naturelle"...get filmed at FastFrame and BATV's Mutt-Vision Studio production of a one-hour K9 movie special. You and your pup are the stars!
These are but some of our partners and activities. Complimentary booths have been donated to our friends at the MSPCA, Angell Memorial and PetPals. Many thanks to the Town of Brookline Parks and Open Spaces Department for assistance with sanitation. Dogs love a clean Brookline, too!
The Washington Square Association represents the businesses, residents, and patrons of Washington Square. Founded in 2010, its mission is to promote neighborliness and the continued beautification of Washington Square.
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something