Patrick’s Pawade & Pet Picnic 2021 at Fort Mason
Patrick’s Park | 43 Fort Mason 11 San Francisco, CA 94123
Please note like most events, this is tentative depending on how things go with COVID. Please check Facebook for the latest updates.
You’re invited to Patrick’s Pawade – the largest annual event at Patrick’s Park! Picnic at the park and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these party animals. This event gives 100% of the proceeds to Rocket Dog Rescue, an all volunteer-run organization based in SF that saves dogs – including the one that started this pawade #PatrickJameson. The mission of this event is to celebrate and support the lives of all dogs.
We’ll kick off the event with DOGA (yoga + dogs) led by Move with Mairin with some canine c-list celebrities as we attempt to meditate amongst the mayhem of the mutts. Following the flow, Health-Ade Kombucha will be providing some bubbles. You down dog?
Then have your moment with your mutt on the red carpet with the backdrop of saxophonist Justin Ward. Also, have the chance to see adoptable dogs dressed to impress with donated canine costumes from Pet Krewe. There will be a panel of thought leaders there from the canine community to award trophies to the best-dressed dogs. Also, Argonaut – our favorite local dog-friendly hotel has opened its doors for us and donated a 1-night stay at Hotel Zoe!
Throughout the event, we’ll have prizes and surprises. We’ve partnered up with our favorite canine companies to provide VIP bags with a variety of offerings including a toy from Barkbox. We’ll have a rescue raffle to win products such as Cuddle Clones that could replicate your pet and a pair of Southwest flight vouchers. Also, Argonaut – our favorite local dog-friendly hotel has opened its doors for us and donated a 1-night stay at Hotel Zoe!
1:00 PM DOGA – Dog Yoga
2:00 PM Longest Human Tunnel Record Attempt
2:30 PM Canine Costume Contest
3:30 PM Raffle Winners Announced
To read the untold story of Patrick’s Park – here
P.S. Remember, please keep the park clean – Ranger Thomas put in trash receptacles.