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Bark Park Now Open!

October 16, 2020

Thank you to everyone who came out to our grand opening event.

Our neighbourhood humans had almost as much fun as their furry friends. Millie made an appearance and looks like she gave the Currie Bark Park a 5 Star Review.

Millie

The Currie Bark Park is now officially open to the public. The 1,600 square meter off-leash park is covered with artificial turf and several dog agility features. You can find it at the intersection of Quesnay Wood Drive SW and Trasimeno Crescent SW near the south entrance of Alexandria Park.

 

Thanks to all the generous residents for donating to Parachutes for Pets

The support of the Currie residents allowed Canada Lands to contribute over 300 items of pet food and care items to pets in need.

Parachutes for Pets

 

The fun isn’t over yet

Currie launched an Instagram contest this week to win a custom-built doghouse designed and constructed by Theatre Calgary’s set builders to celebrate the opening of the Bark Park.

Win this doghouse

For your chance to win this doghouse, please follow these two steps:

1. Take a photo or selfie with the doghouse and post on Instagram with the hashtag#CurrieDogHouse.

2. Make sure you’re following @CurrieLifeor@VieCurrie.

That’s it! Contest runs Oct 5-18. Winners will be announced on Instagram.

 

We can’t wait to see your faces (human and canine) at the Currie Bark Park. See you soon!

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