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    Bark in the Park, Liberty Humane's biggest fundraising and alumni gathering event of the year, is back! To celebrate Bark in the Park’s 12th year, we are planning for an even bigger and better event at Stevens Park in Hoboken that will be jam-packed with fun games for humans and their furry friends. The event kicks off with the Walk-n-Wag Fundraiser that concludes at Stevens Park for the Bark In The Park festival, full of vendors, contests, games, crafts, demonstrations, and more! Register below now!  Sign up as a fundraiser and recruit friends, family, or coworkers to join you. Take a look at our fundraising tips for helpful ideas on surpassing your fundraising goal. Can’t attend Bark in the Park?  Make a donation in support of our fundraising goal Why is your involvement in Bark in the Park so important to the animals? Liberty Humane Society first started the annual Bark in the Park fundraiser 11 years ago to celebrate shelter animals while also raising the funding that is critical for their care. Since municipal funding only covers about a seven-day stay for our animals, the donations that are raised at this event provide for everything our animals need to find their forever homes including: medication, vaccinations, spay/neuter, adoption and foster programs, training and enrichment. Your involvement in Bark in the Park is what turns these lost souls into happy, loving companions for their future adopters. We hope that you will join us in fundraising for Bark in the Park 2015! Not sure how to start?  View our Registration Instructions.
    October 10, 2015 at 12pm
    Stevens Park
    Hudson Street between 4th and 5th
    Hoboken, NJ 07030
    United States
    Google map and directions
    $25.00 USD
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