Somerset Patriots vs. Lancaster Barnstormers

  • Join us at TD Bank Ballpark for Bark In The Park Night.
  • Bring your well-behaved, socialized dog to the game to enjoy a night out with the whole family.
  • Dogs must have all their shots and be current with all their vaccinations to attend! Proof will be required at check-in at the ballpark.
  • There will be a pre-game Pooch Parade around the warning track of the field beginning at 6:30 pm.
  • Dogs will be able to take part in Yappy Hour during the game and enjoy doggy ice cream.
  • Click Here To Fill Out A Waiver before arriving at the game.

Contact Information
  1. Dave Marek
  2. 9082520700
  3. dmarek@somersetpatriots.com
Mon, August 26
7:00 pm — 10:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/26/2019 7:00pm 08/26/2019 10:00pm America/New_York Somerset Patriots vs. Lancaster Barnstormers

Join us at TD Bank Ballpark for Bark In The Park Night.
Bring your well-behaved, socialized dog to the game to enjoy a night out with the whole family.
Dogs must have all their shots and be current with all their vaccinations to attend! Proof will be required at check-in at the ballpark.
There will be a pre-game Pooch Parade around the warning track of the field beginning at 6:30 ...

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