Event: Ferret Awareness Day
The Annual NHFOC Ferret Awareness Day and Festival
Now a Late Spring Event!
Saturday, June 8th, 2002
10AM to 3 PM
FEATURING SPECIAL GUEST EMCEE WNDS-TV METEOROLOGIST AL KAPRIELIAN
At its new, new, easier to get to location:
Pulaski Park Hall
Nashua, New Hampshire
(It used to be at Wasserman Park in Merrimack, NH)
Admission $1 (Kids under 12 FREE)
Beautiful trophies and prizes for top participants.
Best ferret picture for photo competition.
Tube races, Paper Bag escape, Best Mitts, Best Companion, Largest Male, Smallest Female, and TOP FERRET OF THE DAY.
Best Companion: $5 entry fee
Top Ferret entry: $5 entry fee
All other games: $2 entry fee.
Rabies Clinic: 1:30 - 2:30 - $8 per ferret
Professional Photographer, lots of vendors , yard sale table, good food and lots of Raffles.
WHAT A DAY TO SPEND WITH YOUR FUZZY.
IMPORTANT-PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
EACH FERRET MUST HAVE WRITTEN PROOF of current
vaccination for distemper in order to be admitted to this event. Ferrets under the age of 16 weeks and ferrets that cannot be vaccinated will not be admitted. All ferrets must be in a carrier: when out of carrier, they must be on a leash. By participating in this event you assume all responsibility for the behavior and welfare of your ferret. Neither NHFOC, as a non-profit organization, nor any sponsor of this event will be held liable for the behavior or welfare of your ferrets.
FROM THE SOUTH: Take Route 3 North to Exit 6 in Nashua.
Take a right at the end of the ramp. At the first set of lights go left onto Pine Hill Road. Pulaski Park is 7/10ths of a mile on your right.
FROM THE NORTH: Take Route 3 South (Everett Turnpike) to Exit 6. Go left at the end of the ramp. At the second set of lights go left onto Pine Hill Road. Pulaski Park is 7/10ths of a mile on your right.