Its almost that time of year again. Every year Vermont’s Shelburne Museum, located just outside of Burlington in Shelburne, Vermont, hosts a special day of events devoted to our beloved canine friends. Founded in 1947 by Electra Havemeyer Webb, the Shelburne Museum is a collection of 39 exhibition buildings, many of them historic and relocated from New York and New England. Shelburne Museum is famous for its gorgeous landscape, unique exhibits and breath-taking gardens.
The event takes place on Sunday September 18, 10 am – 5 pm, rain or shine. The annual event benefits local animal rescue groups and humane societies. This years theme is the Wild West. Events include a parade with costume judging, live music, police dog and hunting dog demonstrations, face painting, flying disc dog competitions and more.
For full details see the Shelburne Farms Goes to the Dogs webpage.