Dogs Have Their Day at Open Streets Montague Sunday

Our canine companions will be able to strut their stuff, exercise, splash in a pool, and be blessed, among many other things, this Sunday, May 19, at Open Streets Montague. For the first time since COVID, the Brooklyn Heights Association will present its Dog Show, open to all Brooklyn Heights resident dogs, starting at 1:30 PM on Montague between Henry and Hicks. Dogs can “compete for titles like best tail, best trick, most adorable & more.” Want your dog to participate? There’s more info and register here.

Among many other activities and services avaiable are: an agility course with Dog Boy NYC from noon until 2:00 PM between Clinton and Henry; Doggie Pools from noon until 5:00 PM between Henry and Hicks; and a non-denominational Blessing of the Dogs by Canon John Denaro of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, at 3:00 PM on the stage in front of 103 Montague, between Henry and Hicks. Sammy of Pet’s Emporium, 105 Montague, will be on hand there from noon until 5:00. “Rumor has it, he’ll be handing out treats and dispensing the advice and wisdom that’s made people love him for dozens and dozens of years.”

There’s a complete schedule of this Sunday’s offerings here.

Montague Street will be closed to vehicular traffic between Clinton and Henry streets and between Henry and Hicks streets from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Sunday. Parked cars on those blocks will have to be moved before 10:00 AM.

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