Activities in the Park

Upcoming Activities in the Park
October 13, 2012 (9:00 to12:00) Chain Saws / Lumberjacks
There’s nothing like working in the woods on a cool Fall morning!  Come join us as we prepare for the neighborhood ParkwoodPark workday by cutting and moving larger branches and tree sections to line the trails.  We need a few chain saws and a lot of muscle for this special workday.   Contact Steve Elmore if you’d like to join us.
October 20, 2012 (9:00 to12:00) Parkwood Park Workday
We’ve got the mulch, we need the volunteers!  Join your neighbors as we remove trash from the Park and mulch the trails.  Something for everyone.  Bring gloves and racks.  We’ll have water, cookies, and trash bags.  Meet at 452 West Parkwood (Jim and Mary K Jarboe’s house).
January 5, 2013 (9:00 to 12:00) Invasive Plant Removal
Getting ready for Spring!  It’s winter and about the only thing that’s green in the Park are the invasive plants (English Ivy, Cherry Laurel, Elaeagnus, Chinese Privet).  Come help us free some of the native plants from the invasive menace.  Contact Sheri Kennedy if you’d like to join us.
January 12, 2013  (9:00 to 12:00)  Invasive Plant Removal
Getting ready for Spring!  It’s winter and about the only thing that’s green in the Park are the invasive plants (English Ivy, Cherry Laurel, Elaeagnus, Chinese Privet). Come help us free some of the native plants from the invasive menace. Contact Sheri Kennedy if you’d like to join us.
January 19, 2013  (9:00 to 12:00)  Invasive Plant Removal
Getting ready for Spring!  It’s winter and about the only thing that’s green in the Park are the invasive plants (English Ivy, Cherry Laurel, Elaeagnus, Chinese Privet).  Come help us free some of the native plants from the invasive menace. Contact Sheri Kennedy if you’d like to join us.
January 23, 2013 (All Day) Invasive Plant Spraying
NOTICE: Some areas of the Park will be closed for a few days for everyone’s safety while our contractor sprays areas of the Park..  Contact Steve Elmore for further information.
On-going Activities in the Park
Anytime on Sheri’s Trail
Some people have too much energy!  In addition to her volunteer work at Woodlands, Sheri Kennedy is working to clear and replant the trail at the southern end of the Park (Sheri’s Trail).  You may see her and her husband Jim working in that area at any time.
Recent Activities in the Park
September  29, 2012 – Chain Saws / Lumberjacks
Thank you to volunteers Michael Schwartz and Steve Elmore!
September 22, 2012 – West Ponce storm water channels
Thank you to volunteers Jim Kennedy and Steve Elmore!
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