Dewey's first Golden Jubilee comes to town Oct. 4 to 6

Golden retreivers to be featured
August 30, 2013

There’s a gold rush heading to Dewey Beach when the first Golden Jubilee will be held the weekend of Oct. 4 to 6.

Golden retrievers will find a little piece of heaven with their families during this simple, fun-filled weekend on Dewey’s beautiful dog-friendly beaches! A Dewey dog license is required - see for details.

The weekend will kick off with a Gold Rush to Rehoboth Beach’s Boardwalk on Friday evening, Oct. 4 Families, along with their goldens, will rush to the Boardwalk to enjoy an evening of strolling, shopping, munching and mingling.

At 10 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Life Saving Station on Dagsworthy Avenue, there will be Blessing of the Animals, followed by a Meet and Greet where folks will have a chance to introduce themselves and their fur-kids. A group photo will be taken at that time for all who would like to join in.

The romp will begin immediately after the photo. Participants will have lunch on their own, but Grotto Pizza delivered to the beach may be a fun option!

Later, Yappy Hour will be at Sharkey’s, and dogs and their people are welcome to come to dinner at Lazy Susan’s in Lewes.

Many hotels are dog-friendly and have reduced rates for the event. Check out for more information.

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