Meetings

Our next meeting will be on Monday, May 20th, 2024 at 7:00 pm at the Greenville Public Library.

Visitors Welcome

Due to personal issues, the May meeting has been moved to Monday, May 20. This meeting will have our elections for officers. The meeting location is not dog friendly, so service dogs only, please.

We do not have a regular meeting in July and August

The Providence County Kennel Club meets on the second Monday of most months, with a few exceptions. We now start our meeting at 7:00pm but you are welcome to come early and listen to the 6:30pm board meeting before the regular meeting. The schedule for the next few months is:

  • March 18th – Carry On Farm
  • April 25th – Greenville Public Library
  • May 20th – Greenville Public Library
  • June – Member Cookout, location TBD
  • July, August – no meeting, see you at the show
  • September – TBD
  • October – TBD
  • November – TBD
  • December – TBD

We move the date when it conflicts with a Monday holiday or a major regional dog show.

Our next few meetings will take place at 7:00pm at:

Greenville Public Library
573 Putnam Pike
Greenville RI 02828

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Our board meetings are currently at 6:30 before the regular membership meeting. Members are invited to watch and listen to the board meeting.

We have fond memories of Rick Grant and Tebo who gave a scent discrimination demonstration at our March 2019 meeting. We miss Rick.

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.

Rhode Island State Police Officer Hanley and K9 Officer Skye
State Police Officer Hanley and Skye

Thanks to Rhode Island State Police Officer Hanley and K9 Officer Skye for giving explosives find demonstration and speaking at our November 2022 meeting.

Investigator Hannah Burnes and Dream
Investigator Hannah Burnes and Dream

Our March 2023 meeting had a talk over Zoom by Lauren Marini DVM about genetic diseases in dogs.

Thanks to Investigator Hannah Burnes of the Rhode Island Office of the State Fire Marshal and her partner Dream who spoke about the accelerant detection canine program and gave a demonstration at our March 2024 meeting.