Saturday 6/15 Dog Jog – Pup and Runner

$25.00

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Shoes & Brews partners with City Star Brewing to help raise funds for Harley’s Dream each year during their annual Hops & Harley Festival held in Fickel Park in Berthoud.

 
The 2nd Annual Dog Jog takes place on the morning of the festival to kick things off with your little or big four legged friend while raising funds for Harley’s Dream Foundation!
 
We will set up at Fickel Park and have a 3k & 5k course set up with aid stations for both distances. This is a casual walk/jog event and any ability and age are welcome to come out!
 
REGISTRATION:
Available online via link in event. OR
In-store at Shoes & Brews OR
Registration available day of event at Fickel Park.
 
$25 Registration for dog / person combo includes: Dog Jog run of your choice, Race Silipint 1L Dog Bowl (value $20), 1 free beer after-race, spent grain dog treats and more!
 
There will be raffle for participants after run/walk. So grab your beer and stick around to win some gear!
 
$15 Registration for extra person (no dog). Free Beer included.
 
100% of proceeds are donated to Harley’s Dream.
 
Food available for purchase from vendors at Hops & Harley Festival starting at 10:30 am.
 
Participants receive bib numbers but it is a hand time event.
 
After dog jog participants are encouraged to stay and enjoy the rest of the day’s activities of food, beer, music and contests.
 
DOG JOG Race Day Schedule:
Saturday June 15th, 2019
Packet Pick-up & Registration: 8:30 AM
Race / JOG start: 10 AM
3k & 5k options will be available.
Water Station available for both courses.
 
HOPS & HARLEY and Harley’s Dream Foundation:
 
This dog friendly community festival benefits Harley’s Dream and features craft beer, live music, food trucks, dog agility, vendors, kids activities, morning dog jog and much more! Hops and Harley is FREE to attend. Dogs are welcome on a leash. Feel free to bring a chair or picnic blanket.
 
Harley’s Dream was established in 2016 to create awareness and educate the public about the cruel commercial dog breeding industry, also known as puppy mills. We believe that a grassroots approach by large groups of concerned citizens is the most effective way to bring about change. Our focus is to encourage advocacy by providing the tools necessary to educate children and adults alike.