Past Meetup

A Very Corgi Howloween at Green Lake

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Our annual corgi costume walk at Green Lake! :)
**We don't know yet when some of the 5K races around Halloween will happen, but it is usually on Sunday. We may have to change time if it conflicts with our event.**

DATE: Saturday, October 27th, 2018.

10:45 AM - We'll "try" to do a group picture. (This is very hard with so many corgis, but we can try!) This will also give us time to see everyone's cute costumes!

11:00 AM - We will start the walk.
We will walk counter clockwise around the lake. If you’re running late, you can walk clockwise around the lake till you meet up with the group.

LOCATION: Green Lake Craft Center. Meet near the rowing stands (We shouldn't be hard to miss)

ADDRESS: 5900 West Green Lake Way N, 98103

PARKING: May be difficult. Green Lake is a popular place and many events are held here. Traffic and parking can sometimes be problematic. Keep in mind that Woodland Park has plenty of parking just above our meeting spot that can be utilized.

IMPORTANT NOTES: Let's keep this event fun and safe for all.

Please know your dog. Not all dogs like to be dressed up. You do not need to put a costume on your dog if that would cause unneeded stress. Also, be aware that your dog may not like other dogs in costume. Please take extra care when introducing your costumed dog to another costumed dog. Reactions may be a little different than normal.

Also feel free to leave at your own discretion. Some corgi’s can only walk 1 mile while others can do the whole 3 miles around the lake. Keep your corgi's well being in mind.

Watch out for bikers and runners, as the lake is busy. Be mindful of others while walking your corgi(s).

Green Lake is one of Seattle’s most beloved parks. Its expanse of water and green space in the center of a dense urban neighborhood draws thousands of people daily from all over the city. The park serves as a natural preserve for hundreds of species of trees and plants, as well as numerous birds and waterfowl. The newly reconstructed 2.8-mile path around the lake provides a perfect recreational spot for runners, bikers, skaters and walkers. Many others use the athletic fields or visit the park for boating, picnics and swimming.