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Doggy Par-Tay

July 14, 2009
N-507, 2008-09


Mercer St. Dog Run - Renovated by NYU - Re-opens

  • WHAT: The Mercer St. Dog Run - which NYU has recently renovated after a long period of disrepair - will officially re-open on Wednesday, July 15 for dogs and dog-lovers. NYU will host a celebration with light refreshments for canines and humans.
  • WHO: Alicia Hurley, NYU VP for Gov’t Relations and Community Engagement; Beth Gottlieb, president, Mercer/Houston Dog Run Assoc.
  • WHERE: Mercer Street Dog Run, corner of Mercer St. and Houston St., Manhattan
  • WHEN: Wednesday, July 15, 5:30 pm

Type: Press Release

Press Contact: John Beckman | (212) 998-6848

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