McLaren Park Earth Day Sunday April 22 11am-7pm SF
McLaren Park Earth Day
Sunday, April 22nd 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Commemorate the 80th anniversary of John McLaren Park on Earth Day.
Join San Francisco scientists, youth, teachers, artists, activists
and neighborhoodorganizations in transforming John McLaren Park into
a FREE-for-all-ages outdoor ecological classroom and festival space.
Join us for this Earth Day celebration!
On McLaren Park Earth Day, learn about nature in San Francisco, from
birds to farmers markets and from art to biodiesel. Activities
include birding hikes, habitat restoration projects, wildflower
walks, an eco-stewardship fair, tree planting, food booths, a live
reptile classroom and a native plant nursery. Events include artwork,
puppetry, music, performance and storytelling.
John McLaren Park’s Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, 40 John F. Shelley
Drive, 94134 (between Mansell and Cambridge), San Francisco
Carpool: 101 South one exit past Silver, Take Paul Exit, Drive West into Park.
Activities: Charlotte Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org & Chris Giorni,
Arts: Amber Hasselbring, email@example.com
Booths & Tables: Peter Brastow, firstname.lastname@example.org
Food: Josiah Clark, Josiah@habitatpotential.com
Fund-raising: Franco Mancini, email@example.com
Habitat Restoration: Dylan Hayes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Outreach: Rachel Kesel, email@example.com
Park Signage: Liam O?Brien, firstname.lastname@example.org
Publicity: Linda Harte, email@example.com
Schedule: Laura Castellini, firstname.lastname@example.org
Schools: Deirdre Elmansoumi, email@example.com
Volunteers: Kathy Miller & Peter Brastow, firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Co-sponsor or Partner
141 Demands, art-eco.org, California Native Plant Society, Cayuga
Improvement Association, Cole Hardware, Community Gardens for
Butterflies, District 11 Council, The Excelsior Action Group (EAG),
Friends and Advocates of Crocker Amazon & the Excelsior (FACE),
Friends of McLaren Park, Green Dog Walks, greenmuseum.org, Habitat
Potential, Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood Council & Native Plant
Nursery, June Jordan School for Equity, Kids in Parks, Natural Areas
Program (SFRPD), Neighborhood Parks Council, Neighborhood Public
Radio, One Brick, Planet Drum Foundation, Precita Eyes. San Francisco
Parks Trust, State? State Assemblywoman Fiona Ma, State Senator
Leland Yee, Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval, Sustainable Living Roadshow,
Tree Frog Treks, Visitacion Valley Greenway Project
Carpool: 101 South one exit past Silver, Take Paul Exit, Drive West
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