BOW-WOW BASH AT BOWERSOCK GALLERY
A charitable event to support PILGRIM BARK PARK
, including a silent auction, food and fine art.
AT BOWERSOCK GALLERY,
373 Commercial Street, Ptown
SEPTEMBER 16th from 7-9 p.m.
Buy a puppy painting and take a chance on Marc Jacobs apparel while sampling treats from Bayside Betsy's and Truro Vineyards.
For it's part The Bowersock Gallery has asked its nationally and regionally renowned artists to submit small works of dogs or that reference dogs for this special occasion.
Bowersock will donate 10% of all evening sales to the dog park.
There will also be gift certificates from over 40 Provincetown businesses including Cape Air commuter book, Arts Dune Tours, The Red Inn Restaurant and Whaler's Wharf Cinema.
This is the second time Bowersock along with the participating businesses have put together an event to support a local non-profit.
The following Provincetown businesses are also participating in the Silent Auction:
TIPS FOR TOPS, CONWELL ACE HARDWARE AND LUMBER, I DREAMOF GELATO, CENTRAL HOUSE BAR & GRILL AT THE CROWN, YARDHAM LIQUORS,JIMMY'S HIDEWAY,PTOWN SCOOP, BIG VIN'S,WILD FLOWER OF PROVINCETOWN,STOP & SHOP,DOGGIE STYLES BY MARJ,RELISH, BOX LUNCH, PTOWN FLORIST, PROVINCETOWN PORTUGUESE BAKERY, ANGEL FOODS, PURPLE FEATHER &TREATERY,DELLA CUCINA,LOWER CAPE VETERINARY SERVICES/HERRING COVE ANIMAL HOSPITAL, EAST END MARKET, FAR LAND PROVISIONS, LEWIS BROTHERS HOMEMADE ICE CREAM, BISTRO AT CROWNE POINT, VICTOR'S RESTAURANT, PERRY'S LIQUORS, NAPPY'S RESTAURANT, JOE COFFEE & CAFÉ, SCOTTCAKES, LAND'S END MARINE SUPPLY, COFFEE POT, TWISTED SISTERS, CHACH, PENNY'S LIQUORS, FRAPPO 66, BLONDIES, SAKI, MAYFLOWER RESTURANT, DEVONS, CONNIE'S BAKERY
Don't miss this wonderful event for a wonderful cause!
***Wags to Provincetown Graphics! Jonathon donated his time and talent to create the posters you will see around town for our fund raiser. Thank you Jonathon.***
A PET EMERGENCY SHELTER IN PTOWN WAS OPERATIONAL FOR HURRICANE IRENE!
For years Provincetown's emergency shelter has only allowed humans. But this year, thanks to the vision, hard work and persistence of a handful of dedicated people, a pet emergency shelter was open!
The pet shelter took in two dogs during the hurricane Irene.
It takes leadership to shape change. A loud woof to Candace Nagle (one of the Directors and co-founders of Pilgrim Bark Park) for championing this effort, and providing yet another needed amenity in Provincetown for its residents and visitors alike.
Special thanks to CASAS President, Carol MacDonald, ACO Ruth Anne Cowing and all the volunteers who worked at the pet emergency shelter.
We have often been asked why we didn't plant shade trees in the park.
The dog park is on town owned land. Underneath the ground cover of pea stone, cement and sand is a grid of pipes so, no root systems or footholds were allowed for shade trees or shade pavilions.
we expanded the general dog section west to benefit from the canopy of existing trees and installed two blue stone benches for seating.
In the small dog section, once again, we combined art, history and function.
Cape Cod has been the home of the Wampanoag tribe of Native American People for many centuries. Accomplished farmers and fishermen, they helped the Pilgrims who arrived in 1620. The Meeshan group who inhabited the Outer Cape used large nets as one of their ways to catch fish.
The Provincetown Dog Park Association, Inc. collaborated with the Wampanoag Tribal Nation and Plymouth Plantation on this project. Plymouth Plantation provided images of the headdresses worn. The Wampanoag Tribal Nation provided images of the stone plummets used.
Working with artist, Chris Williams, from Essex, MA, a sculpture was created incorporating all these elements. The Wamponoag Indian is casting his net, and today that net provides shade in the small dog section!
BUY A BRICK
FOR INSTALLATION IN THE FALL
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE EXPRESSED AN INTEREST IN BUYING A BRICK TO CELEBRATE A BUSINESS OR A BELOVED PET OR TO REMEMBER A LOST LOVED ONE,
PLEASE LET US KNOW BEFORE SEPT 15th WHEN WE WILL BE PLACING AN ORDER FOR INSTALLATION THIS FALL.
ON A 4x8 BRICK YOU HAVE 3 LINES, 20 CHARACTERS PER LINE. SPACES COUNT AS CHARACTERS
ON AN 8X8 BRICK YOU HAVE 6 LINES, 20 CHARACTERS PER LINE
Pilgrim Bark Park
| SUNFLOWER BONE PLAZA
The new sunflower bone plaza was installed this summer. The sculpture was created by P-town artist, Mike Kacergis. Mike's studio is located at 3 Bradford St.
Be a part of the new plaza with a non-memorial engraved brick.
Memorial engraved bricks are still available for installation in our Whales' Tail Memorial Plaza.
| NEW PILGRIM BARK PARK T-SHIRT
Pilgrim Bark Park's new t-shirts created by artist, Sally Brophy, are out!
Please stop by Kobalt Gallery where she is represented and pick one up.
The gallery is located at 366 Commercial Street.
The t-shirts are also available on our website: pilgrim bark park