WHEN IS TAILS & TRAILS 2018?

TAILS & TRAILS 2018 will be held on Sunday, September 16, 2018

WHERE IS TAILS & TRAILS BEING HELD?

9- 1 p.m. at MAMMOTH REC ZONE
416 Sierra Park Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Dog Fest Activities  9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Schedule:

9:00 a.m.         Registration & FREE Continental Breakfast

9:30 a.m.         Doga with Valerie Hart

10:00 a.m.       Opening Ceremony and Blessing of Animals, Dogathon and Dogeducational Trail begins with 2.7-mile Tails Waggers & 1.7-mile Tails Draggers

10:30 a.m.       Dog Fest Entertainment Begins and Vendor Village Open, Live Music – Driftwood Creek

10:45 a.m.       First Live Raffles begin and continue throughout the event

11:00 a.m.       Special Presenters (dog agility, dog adoption and dog education demonstrations)

12:00 a.m.       Dog Contests: Look-a-Like, Best Costume and Best Tail Wagging

1:00 p.m.         Awards and Big Dog Contest Winner Announced

Event concludes, Dog Nap

Lost & Found/Emergencies|
Go to Registration Tent at Event Entrance or ask a Lion

DO I HAVE TO REGISTER EVERYONE WALKING, INCLUDING MY CHILDREN AND PET(S)?

Tails & Trails registrations are for dogs and people. There is a registration fee of $20.00 for the first dog, including 1 person, and $5.00 for each additional dog participant. Each person can bring as many pets as they are comfortable bringing with them! 100% of all registration fees support the mission and programs of Lions Mammoth Lakes. Participants 7 and younger are free.

CAN I WALK, OR JUST WATCH, WITHOUT REGISTERING?

We ask that anyone doing the walk with a four-legged friend register for Tails & Trails. Your registration fee of $20.00 includes up to 1 person, and one dog, $5.00 for each additional dog, which helps in covering the cost of putting on Tails & Trails, with proceeds from this family-fun community event, including four-legged family members, help support sight related care locally and internationally.  The Lions Club provides eye exams and glasses for students throughout Mono County, eye and hearing exams and related equipment for elders, and many other sight-impaired support systems including Guide Dogs for the Blind. In addition to offering a fun day in the Sierra, the goal of this event is to further the health and wellness of pets and their people in the Eastern Sierra community through education and to provide funding for pet waste receptacles throughout the Town.