7-12-2014 Our 3rd Anniversary Picnic!

Jun 25, 2014 by

Join us as we celebrate the third year of Friends of Glen Providence Park!  It’s our 3rd Anniversary Picnic, and this year we will celebrate at the picnic area on the sledding hill, under the centuries-old White Oak tree. Bring your stories and memories about the park, and join us for cake, lawn games, and fun!

Picnic in the Park!

Saturday, July 12
12:00 noon – 1:30pm
Sledding hill at main entrance
Rain date Sunday, July 13
We’ve been busy since our first meeting at Seven Stones Café on July 14, 2011 – with stewardship, advocacy, citizen science and historical research, plus 10 volunteer events, 22 nature walks and 5 concerts! So once a year, we like to kick back for an anniversary celebration, honoring a decades-long tradition of picnics in Glen Providence Park.
We’ll provide:

  • Watermelon or other in-season fruit from Media Farmer’s Market
  • Water balloons and some lawn games
  • Information about the park and upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, historical photos, and more to peruse
  • Anniversary cake at 1:00!

More logistics:

  • We ask that you RSVP, so we know how much cake to order! Just email us at FriendsoftheGlen[AT]gmail.com.
  • If the weather is questionable, a rain date decision will be posted by 10:00am that Saturday.

What to bring?

  • At past picnics, people jumped rope and played bocce, Frisbee, and other lawn games – so be creative!
  • Pack a picnic basket with a lunch, and if you’d like, a dish to share.
  • A picnic blanket, and perhaps bug spray.
  • Your stories and memories about the park!

To add this event to your favorite calendar program (iCal, Outlook, Google, etc.), view the event listing on our calendar.

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