dog party

On Saturday, Oct. 1, Dog Mountain, Home of Stephen Huneck Gallery, is hosting its annual Fall Dog Party.

Named one of the Top Ten Fall Events by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, Dog Mountain’s Fall Dog Party is not to be missed. Grab your camera, hop in the car, and take the scenic ride to leaf-romping, four-legged fun at Dog Mountain. Your dogs will thank you with many tail wags and wet kisses.

Boogie to live music by Gulf Coast Blues artist, Shrimp Tunes. Snack on delicious eats from Tacos Del Reino and Rocky's New York Style Hotdog Cart. Satisfy your sweet tooth with local treats from Makin’ Maple and other vendors. Participate in a variety of activities such as the fun-filled Dog Contests, Sally’s Scavenger Hunt, Puparazzi Red Carpet Walk, lawn games, doggie agility course, raffle drawing, bounce house, and more!

It's the most beautiful time of the year in New England. Come for the day to enjoy Dog Mountain’s 150 acres of doggie mountaintop paradise. Covered with fields and meadows, dog ponds, hiking trails, and breathtaking views, Dog Mountain is an enchanting location to run, romp, and play. Visiting families and their dogs will have a ball exploring the vast grounds, iconic Dog Chapel, and whimsical Stephen Huneck Gallery. With hundreds of guests and dogs expected, this is an event that you don’t want to miss.

The Fall Dog Party is free to the public and will be held rain or shine.

We want to give a special thanks to our Title Sponsor: The Orange Rind, offering smoothies, cocktails, and more from East Burke, Vermont. Thank you to our other sponsors: Community National Bank, Kingdom Animal Hospital, Union Bank, National Life Group, and Passumpsic Bank.

Friends of Dog Mountain (FODM) is a nonprofit organization established in the spring of 2015 by friends and family of the late American artists Stephen & Gwen Huneck. Our mission is to steward and sustain the 150-acre Dog Mountain property in Vermont as a unique national treasure that honors the healing power of “dogs, nature, love, and art,” and to preserve and celebrate the important artistic contributions of Dog Mountain’s iconic creator, Stephen Huneck.