Juanita Neighborhoods Association
Building Community in the Juanita Neighborhoods in Kirkland, Washington
Juanita Neighborhood Annual Picnic
co-sponsored with Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital
The Dawg Days of Summer
Celebrating Juanita Beach Park, our neighbors and their dogs.
Sunday, August 30th, Juanita Beach North, 11am to 3pm.
Swag bags by for all entrants.
Fun run with your dog, contests for best dog costumes, best trick, best owner dog look-a-like plus free swag bags for everyone attending sponsored by Community Sponsor, Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital, serving Juanita / Kirkland animals for over 50 years.
Dalmatian Bounce House for the kids sponsored by Community Sponsor, Patrick Fitzgerald State Farm Insurance.
Raffle tickets for Juanita residents for over 20 giveaways from Kirkland merchants
Free hotdogs and hamburgers donated by our Community Sponsor, Vance Hill, Real Estate Experts and SportsStar Relocation Seattle with RE/MAX Northwest Realtors.
Music by Uptown Lowdown Jazz Band and dance contest with prizes for best dancers.
Vendor Booths that bring knowledge to Juanita residents about park improvements, ARC, CERT Emergency Preparedness, November ballot issues and giveaways from Petco Unleashed, Denny’s Pet World, and Juanita Bay Veterinary Clinic.
ALL DOGS MUST BE ON A LEASH.
11:15 Fun Run with your Dog
12:00 to 1:00 Dog contests
All day, free food, Dalmatian Bounce House.
Meet your Juanita Neighbors. Visit with representatives from Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital, Seattle Humane, Homeward Pet, Unleashed, Eastside Audubon park rangers, and representatives from City of Kirkland.
Let's celebrate our community and saved our beautiful park from development. Volunteers are need - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Check our website for updates!
The City of Kirkland posted a Public Safety Announcement: to remind you of the fire danger and extreme heat. Please see the announcements here.
"With the state‐wide drought emergency declared by Governor Inslee, the burn ban issued by the State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for DNR‐protected lands, the current dry conditions, and the recent high temperatures, there is concern about rising fire danger and the well‐being of citizens. You are encouraged to be proactive in planning to stay safe in the heat and take appropriate measures to protect your health and homes. In hot and dry conditions, our city parks become susceptible to fires. When visiting parks, keep a look out for potential fire dangers and call 9‐1‐1 to report suspicious activity. The City of Kirkland reminds residents about the importance of preparing for all types of emergencies and disasters, including fire and extreme heat. For details on how to prepare, visit www.kirklandwa.gov/prepare."