Campus Community Association’s Bark in the Park is designed to celebrate our canine friends and raise money for CCA’s many projects and events.
Campus Community Association’s Bark in the Park celebrates our canine friends. It is a one-day event held every September at William Street Park. It provides funding for CCA’s many neighborhood projects and events and also donates money to various animal shelters and charities.
About Bark in the Park
Founded in 1996, Bark offers a main stage, activities areas, demonstrations, kid’s activities, food, live entertainment and vendor booths focused on dog-related goods and services.
Adults and children can learn about different dog breeds, how to select an appropriate pet and how to give it proper care. Non-profit organizations will offer information on fostering, adopting, and spaying and neutering. More than 75 local businesses will offer a wide range of dog-related products and services including veterinarian, kennel, grooming, food, treats, supplies, photography, and merchandise.
Low-cost vaccines and microchipping will be provided by Pet Awareness and Welfare Society (PAWS) for San Jose Animal Care and Services. All proceeds from the clinic benefit San Jose Animal Care and Services.
Bark in the Park is the largest dog festival in the United States with more than 15,000 dog lovers and 3,900 dogs. Schedule:Main Stage Events11:00am – 11:45am: Santa Clara County Sheriff Search and Rescue K9 Unit Presentation12:00pm -…Read More »