11th Annual Paso Robles Dog Jog returns
–You and your furry, four-legged friends are invited to join Sherwood Dog Park volunteers on a 2k or 4k jog or walk through the lush Vina Robles vineyard at the 11th annual Dog Jog on Saturday, May 4. After the jog, listen to live music as you enjoy lunch, wine tasting and tour the event expo comprised of local, dog loving vendors, silent auction and dog contests. Participation in this fundraiser is a great way to “actively” help support the ongoing maintenance and improvements for the Sherwood Dog Park located in Paso Robles. Registration for this event is already open.
“What a splendid way to spend time with your dog while jogging through the vineyards at beautiful Vina Robles winery,” said Larry Miller, Sherwood Dog Park’s board president. “The event is filled with activities for the whole family to enjoy. It’s an opportunity to come together as a community, have some fun with your pet and support your local dog park.”
An early registration fee of $30, includes: 2k or 4k walk, jog, or run, commemorative dog bandana, goodie bag, finisher’s medal, a voucher for lunch and a glass of Vina Robles wine and event glass for 21 and older participants. Vina Robles will be providing both lunch and wine. Additional lunches ($12) or wine ($6) will be available for purchase.
Register yourself and your dog now to participate in this annual event. Walkers or runners without dogs are welcome. Early registration is open now until May 2, when the registration fee will increase to $35 going into the morning of the event. Check-in and morning of registration begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. The 2k and 4k courses will open at 10 a.m. For information or to register for the Dog Jog visit www.parks4pups.org or call (805) 239-9326. The event will take place rain or shine.
All event proceeds benefit Sherwood Dog Park located in Paso Robles.
Sherwood Dog Park is the only dog park in Paso Robles and is located at 290 Scott Street adjacent to the Senior Center. Sherwood Dog Park is paid for from private donations, park day use and membership fees, and fundraisers such as the Dog Jog.