12:30 Kevin Jones Jazz Guitar and soloist
2:00 Adam Buynicki acoustic covers
3:30 Heavy Synthia original rock
5:00 Three Blind Moose classic rock
Contests and Demos
1:30 Trivia Contest in the pavilion
Grab your smartest friends for a fun game and great prizes! $5 entry per team, no more than 6 people per team. Prizes for top 2 teams and second to last place.
Adoptable dog parade- Get ready for some heartwarming pups looking for a family! Are you looking for a dog? You could potentially take one home on Sunday! Puppies available with Heroes and Greyhounds available with Gemini. Come find you next furry friend!!
Service dog Demo by Jessica Mattson
The difference between service, therapy, Emotional support and companion dog by Jessica mattson
Injury prevention and Dog Physical Therapy by Erika McElway Change Your Range
YMC Kitchen run by the Mattson Clan: Burgers, hotdogs, veggie burgers, Stuffed baked potato, chicken dinner (proceeds benefit Heroes)
Sampling is included with the VIP ($25) and general admission entry ($15). You will be able to choose what you want to try. We will have samples of wine, hard cider, seasonal beer and IPAs. Beer, cider and wine is available to purchase along with a full bar.
1 ticket = 4oz sample free
2 tickets = 1/2 priced pint of beer/cider or glass of wine
Please tip your bar tenders!!
New this year!
Dog Garden- enjoy a beer with friends while your dog can enjoy some off leash play time. Dogs must be supervised and cleaned up after, no unattended dogs!
Kid's fun area- filled with kid activities, games and more. Enjoy a brew while watching the kids play. Kids must be supervised at all times.
Gemini Greyhounds (adoptable dogs)
Heroes, Horses and Hounds (adoptable dogs, Raffles and festival gear)
Kane's Krusade (services to keep pets in their homes)
Origami Owl- jewelry
Made Here- Local honey from Morgan Meadow apiary, cat nip toys and wool
Tastefully SimpleWith Phyllis Dobosz- direct food sales with sampling
Stealie Jam Farm- Upcycled farm crafts
Touch Needed animal massage
Ashline Soaps- Hand crafted soaps and bathbombs
Fleece 4 Fun- Dog, Cat and Snake shaped scarves
Happy Tails Photography- Photos with your dog (bring a costume if you want to a photo booth effect)
Wicks and Treats-homemade candles and human quality dog treats
Simply Stacy EO Wellness- Young Living essential oil infused/ non toxic home products
Cabin Antiques and Folk Art- recycled Baseball art, button art frames and other upcycled antique art items
Change Your Range- Dog physical therapy and injury prevention, boarding and doggie day care
LuLaroe Clothing- Heather Newman
Norwex- Lisa Tinkham independent consultant quality microfiber clothes and all natural cleaning products
Cash only at the gate
$25 VIP- includes 12 pm entry, special raffle, T-shirt, coozy, sampling mini mug and sampling. limited number of tickets, must pre purchase
$15 admission- 1pm entry with sampling, mini sampling mug (first 200 people)
$10 admission- 1pm entry with no sampling
Kids under 5 are free
Free on site parking
buy tickets here:https://impactflow.com/event/pups-and-pints-8788
Did someone say Raffle?!!
$1= 1 ticket or $15 for an arm length
Check out these great prizes you can have a chance to win. More will be added as we collect them.
$100 Scratch ticket tree
Scratch ticket and Lottery tree
BBC gift pack with beer
Hand made wooden Flag case (Oliver's raffle)
Painting by a therapy dog
Vanished Valley gift pack with beer
Beer and wine jelly by Janice Dunham
Animal themed scarf by fleece for fun
Tastefully Simple sample pack
Young living sample pack
Heroes, Horses and Hounds logo items
Tickets to next year's Pups and Pints
Salt Box seasoning gift pack
Locally made gift pack (local honey, pepper jelly, goat cheese, etc)
Doggie Day care at Change Your Range
Photo Session with your dog from Happy Tails Photography.
WWII airplane lap/baby quilt
Dog bowl of dog goodies
Women's outdoor pack
Fishing gear worth $400
Bottle of wine with wine glasses
Pack of cider with Pups and Pints glasses
Craft beer with Pups and Pints pint glasses
This year we have two very special service dog teams we will be raising money for.
Ryan and Roxy were matched earlier this year. Like many veterans he had a hard time in crowded areas and experienced sever anxiety attacks. Since Roxy has become part of his life it has changed. He can now go out into crowded areas to do grocery shopping, have dinner with friends and live an independent life.
We have raised $2,500 so far. we are looking to raise the last $7,000 to cover the cost of Roxy's training and care. To support Ryan and Roxy look for the special raffle dedicated to them or drop a donation in the jar at the Heroes info booth.
Daniel and Oliver were matched with the help of the News 40 Surprise Squad in August. Since then Jess Mattson has been working with Dan to teach Oliver the tasks he will need to help him. Dan had searched for two years without finding the right match. Since he has had Oliver it has changed his life. Bringing his depression down to about zero, relieving his loneliness and helping with nightmares and PTSD symptoms as well as keeping him safe walking down stairs, on curbs and cross walks. We are working on raising $9,500 for this team. Look for their special Handmade wooden Flag case raffle at Pups and Pints.
(no puppies drank beer in the making of this photo)
At the Hadley Young Men's Center, Hadley, Ma.
138 East st Hadley, ma 01035
Attention Pats Fans!
The bar will have the game on so you can check scores or watch but your furry friend will have to have someone stay with them outside.
Pups and Pints Sept. 30th 2018
Guidelines for a safe and fun event
NO under age drinking will be permitted. If you are caught drinking underage you will be removed from the festival with no refunds. If you are caught giving a drink to someone underage you will be removed from the festival with no refunds.
Dogs must have current rabies vaccine!
NO aggressive dogs will be allowed. In order to make the festival safe and fun for all we ask that you leave any dog that does not get along other dogs, kids or people at home. It will be stressful for that dog, you and others. Aggressive dogs will be asked to leave. Owners are welcome back after their dog is home, make sure to get a stamp for re entry!
NO flexi leashes. 4’-6’ leashes are required.
NO loose dogs. Dogs must be on leash and under owner’s control at all times.
One dog per handler. To help avoid unwanted situations we are asking that people only have one dog. If you own multiple dogs you would like to have at the festival bring a friend who would like to be in charge of your other dog.
Not every dog gets along with every other dog. Be aware of your dog and others around you. If you notice stiff postures with tails erect and unblinking stares distract your dog with clapping or happy voice and remove them from the other dog.
In case of a dog fight the dogs will be asked to leave. The owners are welcome to come back to the festival after bringing their dogs home.
Clean up after your dog! We have special permission to run this festival. If you would like to see it continue we have to make sure the venue is completely free of dog poop when we are done! If you are caught leaving dog poop you will be charged a $5 donation to Heroes as a clean up fee. aught drinking underage you will be removed from the festival with no refunds. If you are caught giving a drink to someone underage you will be removed from the festival with no refunds.
Have fun and be respectful of others. We are very excited to have Pups and Pints at the Hadley Young Men’s club. We are looking forward to this being an annual event. Please help us make that a reality. If you would like to be part of planning next year’s festival we encourage feedback, suggestions and event planning volunteers.
Proceeds from Pups and Pints will help place service animals with people in need and care for animals in training.. We are very excited to have Pups and Pints at the Hadley Young Men’s club. We are looking forward to this being an annual event. Please help us make that a reality. If you would like to be part of planning next year’s festival we encourage feedback, suggestions and event planning volunteers.
Heroes, Horses and Hounds