Bellevue Four on the 4th Dog Jog & Walk

July 4, 2019 9:00 am

Get your patriotic pup ready! This non-competitive 4K jog and walk brings dog lovers together to kick-start 4th of July festivities. Grab your furry 4-legged friend and explore the streets of Downtown Bellevue. The post-race “After Paw-ty” includes a dog costume contest, Seattle Humane’s MaxMobile, bouncy houses, a photo booth, participant goodie bags and more! This family fun event benefits Seattle Humane in Bellevue.

Dress to impress! We encourage everyone (including dogs!) to wear their most patriotic attire. Register today: https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=131841

Think your pup has what it takes to lead the pack? Nominate them to be the Grand Doggie Marshal! Start the race, serve on the costume contest judging panel, and get special mentions by our emcee! Submissions are due Friday, June 14 and the winner will be chosen by public vote. Nominate your pup at: https://www.bellevuedowntown.com/events/four-on-the-fourth/grand-doggie-marshal

Use discount code RADIO for $5 off!

Event Details:

Date: Thursday, July 4, 2018

Location: Event start & finish at Ashwood Park (next to Bellevue Library)

Event Benefactor: Seattle Humane in Bellevue

Event Schedule:

7:30 am   Day of Registration & Packet Pick-up

8:45 am   Stretching and Warm Up with Bellevue Club

9:00 am   4K Walk & Jog starts

10:00 am – noon   After Paw-ty in Ashwood Park

Event Highlights:

  • Event t-shirt with registration
  • Participant Goodie Bags (filled with treats for humans and their pup)
  • On-air radio personality (Claire) from 98.9 The Bull
  • Warm-up and stretching with Bellevue Club trainers
  • Seattle Humane’s MaxMobile adoption bus
  • Dog costume contest
  • Kids bouncy house
  • Photo booth
  • Games & prizes
  • Vendor booths
  • Free parking
  • Free snacks and water

 

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