Chimborazo Park has Gone to the Dogs, the Richmond Dog Festival is Back

Chimborazo Park has Gone to the Dogs, the Richmond Dog Festival is Back

Celebrate our furry canine companions Saturday, September 21st in Church Hill’s Chimborazo Park from 11 AM to 4 PM.

Details from Enrichmond:

The Richmond Dog Festival returns for 2019, this time at a new location!

Join us on Saturday, September 21st in Church Hill’s Chimborazo Park from 11 AM to 4 PM for a celebration of dogs, dog owners, and dog lovers. This event brings together a network of vendors who serve the dog community in Richmond, such as trainers, dog sitters, rescue leagues, dog treat makers, etc. There will be craft beer, live music, demonstration seminars, and food trucks!

The Richmond Dog Festival enacts the Enrichmond Foundation’s mission of serving Richmond’s people, parks and public spaces. Dogs are of course welcome to attend. Your four-legged friends must be socialized and leashed.

Triple Crossing Beer is our beer partner! They will have the following craft beers on tap:
Falcon Smash IPA
Interstellar Burst DIPA
Tiny Pils Pilsner

Entry Fee:
Suggested $1 donation. Donations at the entrance and led by the “bucket brigade” will go to our Partner, Friends of Chimborazo Park, to help clean up and maintain the Chimborazo Dog Park.

Enrichmond is a 501(c)(3) public charity. Your attendance supports Enrichmond’s mission to enhance Richmond parks and activate its public spaces.

Other info:
Feel free to bring lawn chairs – we’ll have live music and tents to kick back under.
This is a rain or shine event!

I don’t have a dog of my own so it was great going to the festival last year and living vicariously being surrounded by lovely dogs of all types. I even took a few pictures last year.



Full set of pictures is here.

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