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Basset Rescue 2015 Picnics
What: Colorado Basset Rescue 2015 Picnic - Colorado Springs
Where: Lazyland Park 3650 Maizeland Rd. Colorado Springs, Co.
When: Saturday, August 22th
Time: 10 to 2
Cost: Free
Information: Bring your hounds, a side dish and please plan on bringing a basket for a Basset of at least $20.00 value for our auction.
Basket suggestions: gardening, movie, Birthday, Anniversary, wine, dog, Italian
Contests include: Crazy Hat, Best Costume, Longest Ears, Fastest Milkbone Eater, Most Freckles, Best Howler
What:Colorado Basset Rescue 2015 Picnic - Fort Collins
Where: City Park at 1500 W Mulberry St
Directions: From I-25, take E Mulberry St/CO-14 exit west. Go 4.8 miles. Turn right onto South Bryan Avenue. Picnic shelter will be on the left.
When: Sep 26th
Time: From 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Denver Regional Activities
What:The 20th Annual Doggie Olympics
Where:Doggie Olympics is held at Fort Collins City Park in Shelter #7 - 1500 West Mulberry, Fort Collins, CO
When:Sunday, September 27, 2015
Time:8:50 - 12:00 AM
What:Denver "Basset Play Group"
When:Looking for someone to start this up again!
Colorado Springs Regional Activities
What:Colorado Springs "Basset Play Group"
Where:Palmer Park
When:Saturday Mornings (Until further notice)
Time:9:00 - 10:30 AM
Cost: Free
Directions: 3650 Maizeland Road, on the corner of Academy Blvd. and Maizeland road. The dog park is at the rear of Palmer Park. Just follow the signs.
Fort Collins Regional Activities
What:Fort Collins "Basset Play Group"
Where:Fort Collins, Old City Dog Park (far west end of Horsetooth Road)
When:Every Saturday AM
Time:9:00AM
Cost: None
Information: Now that we have cool weather, the Basset Play Group will be meeting at 9 AM, at the older city dog park on the very far west end of Horsetooth Road. Because of construction of the new park, if the dog park there is closed, we will meet at the newer city dog park on south Lemay Avenue (south of Haromy Road). To use the park, your dogs must have on their tags.
Don't forget to bring water for your dogs, and make sure they wear all of their tags, and that their tags are current.