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Public Invited Non-NCDC Event

April 15 Tuesday
Handling and Obedience Classes
Location: UCONN
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April 22 Tuesday
Handling and Obedience Classes
Location: UCONN
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April 26 Saturday
"Born to Win" Seminar
Location: Acton, MA April 26-27
Description:
SATURDAY EMPHASIS: MADE TO MOVE--How correct structure enables

athletic movement as well as understanding type and soundness. 
  
SUNDAY EMPHASIS: THE GENE SCENE--Understanding breeding selection, the foundation bitch, sire and puppy selection, "bonehead genetics" and more! 

Cost to attend is $175 for both days including morning coffee and pastries, lunch, beverages and snacks. 
For more info:   www.DogStarActivityCenter.com


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April 26 Saturday
Born To Win Seminar
Location: Acton, MA
Description: Two day event 26th and 27th 
Download flyer with details HERE

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April 29 Tuesday
Handling and Obedience Classes
Location: UCONN
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May 17 Saturday
Kenilworth Kennel Club Sanctioned Match
Location: Deep River CT
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Ongoing Handling and Puppy Classes



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Other Events and activities of Interest

CGC Evaluations

Manchester, CT
Duration Ongoing
Classes on Sundays
Web Site http://www.trainingbothendsoftheleash.com

Watertown, CT
Ongoing classes and testing
Contact: mark.renick@connecticutk9.com

More information on CGC evaluators in CT can be found at
http://www.akc.org/events/cgc/cgc_bystate.cfm

 



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Membership Information








Membership Information

The Northwestern Connecticut Dog Club is open to anyone living in Litchfield County or a nearby town with an interest in Purebred dogs. This will include people actively participating in organized events with their dogs as well as absolute beginners who would like to get involved in the sport. The NCDC is an American Kennel Club affiliate, so anyone who has been sanctioned by the AKC for an infraction is not eligible for membership. Individuals interested in membership in the NCDC are encouraged to download the membership form on this website, complete it, and bring it to one of our meetings, the second Wednesday of the month or as posted on the website.

The procedures for membership are straightforward:

The membership application, once completed, will need the signatures of two sponsors who are current members, in good standing, of the NCDC. (These can usually be obtained at a meeting if the applicant doesn't know any current members.

The application can be submitted with one year's membership fee at a meeting or mailed to the membership committee. After the applicant has attended two regular Club meetings his or her name will be submitted to the Board of Directors for approval. If the membership application is submitted after September first, the dues paid in the application fee will be counted toward the next year as well.

Expectations of members are regular attendance at meetings and assistance at club sponsored activities, principally the Conformation and Obedience Show in Goshen in September. New members are eligible for committees and election to the Board of Directors or Office positions. Questions concerning membership can be directed to the Chair of the membership committee or the President of the Club.

If you are interested in becoming a member of NCDC you can download an application form in Adobe Acrobat PDF format here MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat Reader you can get it here.http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

Print out this form and bring it to one of our meetings. 



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Directions to the Morris Senior Center

The Morris Senior Center is located on Rt. 109 in Morris roughly halfway between Rt. 61 (old Morris Town Hall Corner) and Rt. 63. It is on the North side of Rt. 109.

From the East/North Take Rt. 63 south out of Litchfield toward East Morris, and turn right onto Rt. 109. The senior center is .5 miles on your right. It is marked by a brown wooden sign that says "Senior Center." From the South exit Rt. 8 at the first Thomaston exit and take Rt. 6 west to the junction with Rt.109 then take Rt. 109 west to East Morris.

Go up the hill to the end of the drive. The building is up an embankment -- you will see a set of stairs. There is parking in front of the building or you can park along the road. Do not go up behind the senior center as the parking spaces there are for the use of the residents only. Enter through either set of double doors.




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HandlingClasses









Handling Classes  for 2014.
When: Tuesday nights 
Where: 4-H Facility UCONN Branch Torrington, CT
Obedience: 6:00 PM to 7:00PM
Handling: 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Classes are offered to 4-H members (no fee), club members ($5 fee) and non-club members ($7 fee).
Contact: J. Allegrini at (860) 482 3652 or email at ajnerd@yahoo.com

or

Also starting Jan. 8th Drop in Obedience classes with Sandi Funk
When: Tuesday nights
Where: Agricultural Facility UCONN Branch Torrington, CT
Time: 6:30 PM
(Limited number of Dogs)



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Hopkins








 

From New York
Take I-95 N to 287 N to 684 N or the Saw Mill River Parkway to 684 N. 
Follow 684 N to I-84 E.  Exit I-84 (exit 7) following Rt. 7 north towards New Milford.
In New Milford, continue east on Rt. 202 to New Preston.
Bear left in New Preston on to Rt. 45 N.  Continue on Rt. 45 for 2 miles until past the lake,
and then take the first left on the North Shore Road, and the second right on Hopkins Road.
The Hopkins Inn is a large yellow frame building on top of the hill.


From Southern Connecticut via Route 7
Take Route 7 N to New Milford.  In New Milford, continue on Rt. 202 E to New Preston.
In New Preston turn left onto Rt. 45 N.  Go two miles on Rt. 45
passing the lake on the left, and take the first left after the lake on the North Shore Road,
and then the second right on Hopkins Road. 
The Hopkins Inn is a large yellow building on top of the hill.


From the Southern Connecticut via Route 8
Go north on Rt. 8.  Exit Rt. 8, (exit 42), onto Rt. 118 W. 
Follow Rt. 118 to Litchfield. In Litchfield, take Rt. 202 Wto New Preston.
Turn right in New Preston onto Rt. 45 N. Go two miles on Rt. 45,
passing the lake on the left, and take the first left after the lake on the
North Shore Road, and then the second right on Hopkins Road. 
The Hopkins Inn is a large yellow building on top of the hill.

 

From the North via Route 7
Take Rt. 7 S to Cornwall Bridge.  Continue to Rt. 45 S and follow Rt. 45
through Warren to Lake Waramaug.  At the sign for Lake Waramaug State Park,
turn right on the North Shore Road, and then the second right on Hopkins Road.
The Hopkins Inn is a large yellow building on top of the hill.


From the West via Route 341
Take Rt. 341 E to Rt 45 S in Warren.  Follow Rt 45 south to Lake Waramaug. 
At the sign for Lake Waramaug State Park, turn right on the North Shore Road,
and then the second right on Hopkins Road.
The Hopkins Inn is a large yellow building on top of the hill.

 



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