On June 16th 2018, hundreds of corgis and corgi enthusiasts descended upon Ocean Beach in San Francisco, California. Here’s the lowdown on the low-riders exciting fun filled day of vendors and events. I’ve gone to so many corgi events in the past, but I had no idea what to expect going to Corgi Con. The people at NorCal Corgi Con had a full schedule of events planned all day, so right off the bat I was excited to enjoy a day at the beach with my stumpy best friend, Mugen.
On August 18th, the annual NJ Frap Pack Corgi Picnic took place at Fords Park in Woodbridge, New Jersey. 111 corgis (plus their hoomanz) were in attendance this year, including some new puppy members that we all took turns petting and swooning over. The annual picnic is organized by Marc and Cynthia Dalangin, the founders of the Frap Pack corgi group, along with dozens of volunteers who donated their time to help out.
Last weekend a few friends and I attended The PWCCGS (Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Garden State) Funday Sunday Corgi meetup at Deer Path Park in Flemington, NJ. The day was filled with games, raffles, demos, and obviously, TONS OF CORGIS! There were about ninety-five corgis in attendance this year. Games and contests included Biggest Ears, Best Fluffy, and Longest Tail!