SHOUT OUT: The weather promises to cooperate for this year’s “Woofstock” at Tenafly’s Municipal Circle Park this Sunday to help save local canines and countless others from being euthanized.
The 6th annual pet- and family-friendly event to benefit Pet ResQ will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the west end of the promenade under what forecasters say will be sunny skies, with temperatures right around 70 degrees.
The non-profit group was founded more than 20 years ago by Robyn Urman, a Tenafly hair dresser from Dumont with a passion for unwanted, abused and special needs pooches (SEE: Dumont Pet ResQ Operator Saves One Dog At A Time).
Urman, who more often than not pulls from her pocket to rescue, house and care for the canines, depends on donations.
Last year’s “Woofstock” drew nearly 4,,000 families and their pets.
This year’s program will feature several dogs ready to be rescued, as well as vendors, crafts and food.
There will also be a costume contest at 1 p.m., an “adoptional” red carpet walk, paw painting, activities, a Bergen County Sheriff’s K9 Unit demonstration and more.
Sponsorship/vendor options were still available from Stephanie McLoughlin: firstname.lastname@example.org or (201) 424-4186.
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