April 8, 2018 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Abby Hoffman-Carlson

Join us for our spring Woof Walk – a fun afternoon for canines and the people who love them. Bring your dog for a little socializing with others as you walk a trail of seasonal riddles, all Floppy approved and sure to make you chuckle. We will make two ribbon-cutting stops to honor the work of Anthony Porter and his brother, Brett. Anthony designed and constructed a special stop for dog walkers along one of our less traveled paths. He’ll tell us about the inspiration and challenges that were part of this Eagle Scout project. Next, we will take a break at the Leopold benches, near the children’s garden. Brett, also a Boy Scout, made them for the Arboretum. Last stop is the Cafferty Building, open to both dogs and people. Enjoy refreshments there and celebrate with the Porter family. The official start time is 1 PM from the Hughes Education Center porch. Latecomers can join in anytime until 3. Well behaved dogs on leashes are always welcome. No dog, no problem. You will still get exercise, meet new people, and smile.

Free event.