Woofstock in Rocklin August 25th at Johnson-Springview Park
The City of Rocklin Parks and Recreation is proud to present the 6th annual Woofstock event on Sunday, August 25, 2013 at Johnson-Springview Park.
The deadline for vendors and sponsors is Friday, August 9. Instructions will be sent out on Monday, August 12. See below for some attendee activities you may want to register for.
This FREE event is one you will not want to miss, it gets bigger and better each year. It will also be a great opportunity for some of you to dust off those old 60's costumes and also dress up your dogs at the same time. You can look forward to great entertainment, vendors, prizes, giveways and of course, everything "Canine-Related".
There are also openings for participants in the day's special events, such as Max's Grateful Dog Walk, Costume Contest, Weiner Dog Races and opportunities to "adopt" rubber ducky doggies, where you can support your favorite Dog Rescue Group and earn some valuable prizes. There are limited openings in some activities (especially the Weiner Dog Races), so register as soon as you can.
For more information, click here for City of Rocklin Events page.
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