Our Events

 

man in suit, woman in dress holding a large frame around them and a black dog

Throughout the year, we plan a variety of inspiring events that highlight the work we do.

 

Graduations – Events held in February/March, June and October to recognize several of the newly formed partnerships of an assistance dog and a person with a disability.
**View our Summer 2021 virtual graduation.
**View our Winter 2021 virtual graduation.
**View our Fall 2020 virtual graduation.
**View our Summer 2020 virtual graduation.

 

The Fetching Ball Gala – A wonderful evening held each winter, celebrating Can Do Canines.
**View our 2021 virtual event.

 

Tails of Independence – A fundraising event that highlights the inspiring ways specially trained assistance dogs are changing lives.
**View our 2021 virtual event.
**View our 2020 virtual event.

 

Tails to Tell – Monthly presentations for those who would like to learn more about Can Do Canines. More details.

 

Can Do Woofaroo – Our family-fun festival is held in September and includes a variety of exciting activities. More details.

 

We invite you to join us at one of our upcoming events. Click on a listing to view more details.

Open House to Celebrate Al Peters

Can Do Canines 9440 Science Center Drive, New Hope

You are invited to join us for an open house to celebrate Al Peters, our founder and executive director for over 30 years. A 6:30 p.m. program will include brief messages from a client, a volunteer, a board member, a staff member and Al, a video made for Al and other fun surprises. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served. RSVP by July 26.

Tails to Tell

Can Do Canines 9440 Science Center Drive, New Hope

At a Tails to Tell presentation, you will meet some of our staff, a graduate team and a Puppy Program volunteer as you learn about what we do. Register for this session here or by calling 763-331-3000, ext. 152. This presentation will be held in person at Can Do Canines.

Tails to Tell

Can Do Canines 9440 Science Center Drive, New Hope

At a Tails to Tell presentation, you will meet some of our staff, a graduate team and a Puppy Program volunteer as you learn about what we do. Register for this session here or by calling 763-331-3000, ext. 152. This presentation will be held in person at Can Do Canines.

Can Do Woofaroo

Can Do Canines 9440 Science Center Drive, New Hope

Bring your friends and well-behaved dogs and join us at the Can Do Woofaroo—a one-mile walk and festival that benefits Can Do Canines!