Fall is coming and what better way to greet this frisky season than with some Barnhunt activity for you and your dog.
CRCTC is pleased to be offering two workshops and an afternoon of practice runs on October 10 to help you enjoy barnhunt in an educational and non-competitive environment. Learn and enjoy!
In the morning, sharpen your skills with a workshop focused on the Novice level, or one focused on the Open/Senior levels. Or, take them both and save $10. Your workshop registration will include two afternoon practice runs.
Mid-day break for lunch — we'll provide sandwiches or a similar main dish. Attendees can bring a potluck side or dessert if they like. Then it's time for practice runs. Practice runs are $10 each and will be available at the Novice, Open and Senior level. Workshop participants have two runs included in their workshop fee but are welcome to add additional runs for more practice or to give additional dogs a chance to practice.
Afternoon practice runs are open to all (no workshop registration necessary).
Join us in Battle Ground for a fun day with your dog.
All breeds and mixes are eligible!
Our instructor will be Janet Oatney of RiverRat Barnhunt.
Workshops are $30 for either the Novice workshop or the Open/Senior workshop. Participate in both for only $50.
Afternoon practice runs are $10 each.
Workshop participants receive two afternoon practice runs included as part of their registration.
The Novice workshop will start at 9:00 AM and the Open/Senior workshop will start at 10:15. After a break for lunch, practice runs will start approximately 1:00 PM and run to around 4:00 PM.
Our event will be held at the barn of Roland and Hallie Smith in Battle Ground, Washington.
19517 NE 163rd Ave
Battle Ground WA 98604
For More Information
For more information, contact Ilene Kaplan, email@example.com.
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