Our next meeting will be on Friday, June 14, 2019 at 6:00pm.
Our June meeting will be a pot-luck cookout and pool party to be held on June 14 starting at 6:00pm at the home of Susan Poirier. Her address is:
239 Paris Irons Rd
Chepachet, RI 02814-2137
Please email Kristen at KBurgoyne588@gmail.com to tell her what you will be bringing to the cookout to add to our feast. As of the May meeting, the following items are already coming:
- Plates, forks, spoons, knives, napkins, cups, & bowls
- Stuffed eggs
- Shrimp ring
- Strawberry shortcake
- Cold broccoli dish
- Tossed salad
- Hamburgers with fixings
Both bathing suits and non-dog aggressive dogs are welcome. This is your chance to play with dog agility equipment. Bring a guest!
We do not have a regular meeting in July and August. Be sure to come to our Conformation and Obedience show in July.
The Providence County Kennel Club meets on the second Monday of most months, with a few exceptions. We normally start our meeting at 7:30pm but you are welcome to come early and listen to the 6:45pm board meeting before the regular meeting. The schedule for the next few months is:
- June 14 with special date and location starting at 6:00pm
- September 9
- October 21 (moved due to Columbus day)
- November 18 (moved due to Veterans Day)
- December 9
There are no regular meetings in July or August. We resume regular meetings in September.
Our February meeting is normally delayed a week from our standard date due to the Westminster Kennel Club dog show. We also move the date when it conflicts with a Monday holiday.
Meetings usually take place at 7:30pm at:
Rocky Hill Grange
1340 South County Trail (Route 2)
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Our board meetings are currently at 6:45 before the regular membership meeting. Members are invited to watch the board meeting.
Thanks to Rick Grant and Tebo for giving a scent discrimination demonstration at our March 2019 meeting.
Our thanks to Deb Gross Torraca of of Wizard of Paws for speaking at our October 2016 meeting and to Dr. Aubin of Ocean State Veterinary Specialists for speaking about hereditary eye issues at our November 2016 meeting.