Santa Paws Comes to Clark

If you'd like your dog's photo with Santa, head to the Robinson Museum on Saturday, November 30.  Canines are welcome to invite their human family to pose with them too.

Dogs must be leashed and non-aggressive.  The cost is $10.00.  All proceeds go to the museum.

This event is for dogs only, no other animals permitted.

  

Sat, November 30
12:00 pm — 5:00 pm
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If you'd like your dog's photo with Santa, head to the Robinson Museum on Saturday, November 30. Canines are welcome to invite their human family to pose with them too.

Dogs must be leashed and non-aggressive. The cost is $10.00. All proceeds go to the museum.

This event is for dogs only, no other animals permitted.


593 Madison Hill Road Clark, NJ

Sr. Wm. Robinson Museum

593 Madison Hill Road
Clark, NJ

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Apr 10, 1934 - Oct 23, 2019
Emily Bielen (nee Mazur), 85, of Clark, NJ passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019.
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