A Pawsitively Wonderful Day at Bark in the Park

Karen Galanti

We want to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended our first-ever Bark in the Park event (view photos here). It was an absolute delight to see so many familiar faces, both human and furry, come together for a day of fun, laughter, and tail-wagging excitement. The turnout was beyond our expectations, and we couldn't have asked for better weather to make the day even more special.

The atmosphere was filled with joy and camaraderie as guests and their four-legged companions mingled, enjoyed delicious treats, and participated in various activities. It was a sight to behold as the Greenwich Neighborhood Park came alive with the energy of our beloved pets and their loving owners.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our generous sponsors, 495 Movers, Allied Title, and Dogtopia, whose support made this event possible. Their commitment to our community is truly commendable, and we are grateful for their contribution to the success of Bark in the Park.

The highlight of the day was undoubtedly the pet contests, and we were thrilled to see so many talented and adorable pets showcasing their unique abilities. Congratulations to Krypto for wowing us with the Best Pet Trick and to Nellie for capturing our hearts and earning the title of Best in Show.

We also want to extend our warmest congratulations to Jim, who secured the winning bid for a designer, custom-built doghouse by the talented architect John Katinas. We hope the new addition brings joy and comfort to your furry companion for years to come.

As our guests indulged in delectable offerings from the Beltway Bistro food truck, the soulful melodies of guitarist Tyler Goldstein provided the perfect soundtrack to the day's festivities. Meanwhile, our furry friends were treated to an array of delicious treats from the Sunshine Projects Barkery, creating moments of pure bliss for them and their delighted owners.

A special shoutout goes to our incredible team members - Kris Feldman, Diego Sito, Tim Phelps, and Calleigh Fletcher - and our volunteers - Ella, Maya, Leo, Cata, Lucie, and Charlotte - whose dedication and hard work were instrumental in making Bark in the Park a resounding success. 

As the day drew to a close, everyone departed with goodie bags filled with an assortment of dog treats and valuable coupons, ensuring that the joy of Bark in the Park would continue long after the event concluded.

We hope that Bark in the Park has left a lasting impression on each and every one of you, and we eagerly anticipate the opportunity to come together again next year for another unforgettable gathering. Our community is truly special, and we look forward to building upon these cherished connections in the future.

Karen and Avi Galanti

 


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