Look for ARF in the Santa Parade in East Hampton Village starting at 11 AM from Guild Hall, down Main Street and Newtown Lane, ending at the railroad station and then look for ARF’s Mobile Adoption Van at the Holiday Fair on the lawn of Village Hall on Main Street.
ARF will be collecting donations of pet food and treats as well as cat and dog toys for our animals and for those in need in our community.
East Hampton Village Celebrations:
9am-5pm: Holiday Market on the lawn of Village Hall.
10am: Santa arrives at Herrick Park by Helicopter. Dreesen’s will serve donuts and hot chocolate.
11am: Santa Parade. Will travel from Guild Hall, down Main Street and Newtown Lane, ending at the railroad station.
1pm: Free Holiday Movies at Regal Theater.
3pm: Santa visits Village Hall lawn.
3:45pm: Bonnettes perform on Village Hall lawn.
4:30pm: Mayor Larsen draws winning raffle tickets.
5pm: Tree Lighting on Sheep Fold (near Post Office).
Join ARF at J. McLaughlin – The Men’s Shop on Montauk Hwy in Bridgehampton from 1 to 4 PM for an afternoon of sips, holiday shopping, and bring your pup for photos with Santa! 15% of sales during the event will donated to ARF, and donations to ARF are greatly appreciated for photos taken with Santa.
Therapy Dog Training at ARF: A Pawsitive Opportunity to Make a Difference!
ARF Hamptons is excited to announce a special opportunity for dog owners and enthusiasts to make a difference in the lives of others through therapy dog training. Led by Tom Tulipan of Pet Partners, these comprehensive session will equip participants with the skills and knowledge required to prepare their dogs for therapy work, allowing them to bring joy and comfort to individuals in need.
Full day class for humans on December 10 followed by dog assessments on Jan. 14 & 21. Space is limited and pre-registration is required for this free class.
About Tom Tulipan and Pet Partners:
Thomas Tulipan, is a licensed Pet Partners team evaluator and instructor who has spent over a decade sharing the love of his pets with people all over Long Island. In late 2018, Thomas started Pet Partners of Long Island, a group that allows handlers to come together, share visiting opportunities, and encourage one another in the therapy animal work that is truly changing lives each and every day in Long Island.