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JHU Museums Festival of Dogs at Evergreen
May 15, 2022 , 10:00 am - 12:00 pm$10 – $30
ABOUT THE EVENT
Enjoy a fun-filled morning of canine competition at Evergreen Museum & Library! Once home to two generations of Baltimore’s civic-minded and dog-loving Garrett family, Evergreen is delighted to host its inaugural Festival of Dogs, featuring a dog show of nine entertaining classes ranging from Best Dog Kiss to Best Owner Look-Alike, followed by a Best in Show finale. No dog? No problem. The winners in each category will be chosen by the audience, so come support your favorite pups and cheer them on to victory! Proceeds from the event will benefit education, interpretation, and preservation efforts at the Johns Hopkins University Museums.
Best Boston Baked Beans Look-Alike (Boston Baked Beans was the Garretts’ Boston terrier)
Best Dog Kiss (sponsored by Beth and Mark Felder and Mary and Chuck Meyer)
Best Pomeranian or Pom Mix (The first generation of Garretts at Evergreen owned Pomeranians) (sponsored by Woofs & Wags)
Best Mystery Breed (sponsored by Henry Dugan and Caroline Griffin)
Best Rescue (sponsored by Susan J. Adams, Henry Dugan and Caroline Griffin)
Best Ears (sponsored by Howl in Hampden)
Best Tail or Best Wag (sponsored by Beth and Mark Felder and Mid-Atlantic Poodle Rescue)
Best Dog Owner Look-Alike (sponsored by Mary and Chuck Meyer)
Best in Show (sponsored by Susan J. Adams and Mary and Chuck Meyer)
HOW TO ENTER
Attendees can participate in the Festival of Dogs as competitors or spectators. For competitors, registration is $25 for the first category your dog is competing in, and $10 for each subsequent category. Each additional category can be selected by using the ADD ON feature. Competitor tickets are available here. Spectator tickets range from $15-$30, and can be purchased here.
-At least one owner, age 18 years or older, per dog.
-All dogs must be leashed and handled at all times by an adult age 18 years or older.
-All competitors MUST complete waiver and provide dog vaccination information (will be emailed once you register).
-Only competing dogs are allowed on site; spectators cannot bring dogs.
-Limited chairs will be available on site. You are welcome to bring your own chair or blanket
-The event will take place rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held inside Evergreen’s historic Carriage House. Masks will be required indoors.
Proceeds from this event will benefit education, interpretation, and preservation efforts at the Johns Hopkins University Museums. Thank you to our sponsors!
Susan J. Adams
Henry Dugan and Caroline Griffin
Mary and Chuck Meyer