About Us

Founded in July 2011, Friends of Glen Providence Park is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization working to preserve and enhance the natural and historic resource of Delaware County’s oldest park.

Our activities include:

  • conducting nature appreciation and education events at Glen Providence Park
  • presenting summer Arts in the Park performances at the historical concert stage
  • organizing volunteers to maintain and improve Glen Providence Park
  • citizen science projects to study and document the plants and wildlife in Glen Providence Park
  • advocating for public policies that support Glen Providence Park
  • researching, documenting and preserving the history of Glen Providence Park

Our events to date include park clean-ups, summer concerts, planting days, history and nature walks, and our Friday morning Conservation Crewcheck out our 2022 Schedule of Events!  You can browse the Categories and Tags on the right to learn more.

Read our 2012 Annual Report, 2013 Annual Report, and 2014-2015 Biennial Report, each full of photos, to learn more about our past activities. Our bulleted “Friends of Glen Providence Park by the numbers” covered our activities in our first 5 years, and our most recent 10th Anniversary Report covers our first decade!

Friends of Glen Providence Park holds monthly meetings, and we are actively seeking new volunteers. For more information or to get involved, sign up for our newsletter (on the home page), visit our facebook page, or contact us.


– The Friends of Glen Providence Park Board

Stephanie Gaboriault, Marcia Tate, Holly Hoffmann, Lisa Johnson, Charles Randall & Linda Emory


National Public Lands Day in 2015

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