Corgis/Corgi owners of the Northern California region.
Location: Northern California
Latest Activity: Sep 7, 2016
Started by Regina Scholz Jun 13, 2013.
Started by Colleen Lane. Last reply by Phoenix della Mare Sep 19, 2011.
Started by Kayla Rae and Rowdy Mar 30, 2011.
That's what I thought too!. Okay, will try that and hopefully it works. Rkay is short for Ramya Krishnamurthy, that's the name that you will see on FB. Thanks for getting back to me!
There shouldn't be any restrictions on joining. That's very odd... It's a public group. Maybe try again or take the back way in through our Sacramento group so we know who you are and can let the admin of the Bay Area group know who you are as well.
There are all kinds of meet ups. You can check out Bay Area and Northern California Corgis and/or Sacramento Corgi Pack on Facebook for more details! :)
Corgi Meet-ups. Does anyone still do these? Emmett is looking for some corgi friends to corg around with!
I'm not sure if there will be a Sacramento meet up next month since there's the big beach day at Fort Funston (SF) on June 21st, which is the 3rd Saturday of the month! It will either be cancelled or postponed. I'll try to remember to come back on here to let you know when I find out. I wouldn't mind doing a meet up the week before but it will depends on everyone's schedule!
We had a great turn out yesterday! This picture isn't even capturing all of the Corgis that came!
I know this is late but there is a corgi meet-up TODAY 10/29 in Roseville at Bear Dog Park, 10am.
We will be meeting every 3rd Saturday!
hi there:) i just moved here not to long ago and would love to have corgi play dates and meet some new friends. send me a message if any of u are up for it! :)
CORGI MEET UP IN SACRAMENTO!!
Date: Saturday September 7, 2013
Location: Granite Park (3801 Power Inn Rd, Sacramento, CA 95826)
Come to meet some new furry friends! You will see it on the events calendar.
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