Canines of Cambridge - event cancelled
-Please note the 2020 Canines of Cambridge event has been cancelled-
The Town of Cambridge invites you to the second annual "Canines of Cambridge" event on Sunday 22 March from 11am - 2pm.
Come along to Beecroft Park on Gayton Road,City Beach for plenty of fun and entertainment for the whole family, including your dog.
There will be food, rides, a photo booth, live entertainment, prizes plus expert demonstrations and services for the two legged and the four legged revellers.
The event and all the activities are free and you will be able to buy some great food and dog related goodies on the day and money raised will be going to RSPCA and Dog Refuge.
Here's what you can expect:
- RSPCA (Stall and Demonstrations)
- Dog Refuge Stall
- Adventure Agility Course for dogs
- Photo Booth
- Bouncy Castle
- Fairy Floss
- Bootlegger Coffee
- Sausage Sizzle
- WA Police
- St Johns Ambulance (Demonstrations)
- Dog Friendly Spots
- Live Music
- Prizes and Giveaways
Lions Club of Floreat
ABOUT FLOREAT LIONS
Anyone over 22 years old can join - we are a diverse and welcoming club.
Being a member does not require any more than a few hours a year helping out.
Our group looks to make social connections through a common bond of helping those in our community in need of support.
We support your local schools, sporting groups, animal wellfare and global causes such as relief from drought, hunger and diseases.
To join simply Contact Us by Email email@example.com we look forward to hearing from you.
We are your local Lions Club and We Need New Members to continue our work
You may have enjoyed attending one of our many local events including:
- Carols by Candlelight - Quarry Amphitheater
- Australia Day BBQ - Perry Lakes Oval
- Rose Garden Pruning Event - Cambridge Street
- Community fundraising
- Youth of the Year
Being a Lion does not put demands on your time. Attendance at meetings is not mandatory. Membership just mean staying connected to your club. Best of all it means through membership you have a say in how Lions can help support your community through projects and sponsorship. Your reward for membership is knowing you have been active in shaping the community and that is something you can be proud of!
Becoming a Lion
Lions club members are men and women just like you, they strive to make a difference in their local community as well as in communities worldwide by donating their time and skills to assist those less fortunate than themselves. Our club is always looking new members and would like to reach out to likeminded members of the community looking for an easy way to volunteer on projects that enhance their community, provide social interaction and engagement or offer them a chance to learn new skills and personal development. Volunteer efforts are regenerated in the form of financial support - A few hard working people CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Canines of Cambridge 2019
The Town of Cambridge Ranger Services team held the inaugural Canines of Cambridge event on May 26th at Perry Lakes.
The goal was to provide an entertaining and informative event that raised awareness of Pet Ownership and Community Safety.
To maximise our success we partnered with RSPCA and Shenton Park Dog Refuge along with the Floreat Lions Club community group to ensure we reached out to the whole community.
We also had additional guests and stallholders from WA Police, St Johns Ambulance, The Mighty Booths, Perth Bouncy Castle Hire and Park Off Coffee. Prizes were kindly donated by Coffee Table Delights and Grantham St Vets, Woolworths, Floreat Lions and the Town of Cambridge.
The Ranger Services team alone helped raise over $1000 for our partner charities.
All these teams happily donated their services and time and helped to make this event the success it was. We couldn't have done it without them.
Owning a pet is a huge responsibility and the Town of Cambridge Rangers work tirelessly to educate and help our residents with their four legged friends. In the past 12 months alone Rangers have attended over 600 dog related incidents including reuniting 200 owners with their lost pets, 60 barking dog complaints and over 40 dog attacks. There were also over 300 calls for Dogs off Leash.
Rangers spend a big part of the year working with community groups to find ways of positively engaging with the community to raise awareness. We championed the "Scoop The Poop" initiative with both West Leederville Primary and City Beach Primary and gave the children a voice after they raised concerns about all the uncollected faeces found in there parks. Some of the Banners that were created can be found around the park today.
We continue to support RSPCA to help train and educate the community through our schools and through our support of their Dog Training classes at Holyrood Pavilion and Beecroft Park..
The Rangers thank all the sponsors, partners and vendors who have given their time, and most importantly to all the guests who came out to the event and helped make it so successful. Plans are already under way for Canines 2 in March 2020 which will be even bigger and better.