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Join NorCalPCA and the National Parks Service in one of NorCalPCA’s longest running traditions of service. This biannual event (March/April and October of every year) is one of our most popular service events. There will again be two project options where you can enjoy the company of RPCVs of all ages fixing trails at one of America’s most scenic seashores or assisting with museum collections in the historic Red Barn.
We will be having a potluck BBQ picnic when the work is through. NorCalPCA will provide hamburgers, veggiburgers, and hotdogs with all the fixings. Please bring drinks for yourself and something to share at the picnic. Everyone is welcome to the picnic even if you can't make the service part. Gloves, work shirts and tools provided. Please bring water, sunscreen, a hat and a snack for the work part. Tracy Neal (Slovakia 1997-1999) will be helping coordinate the event.
Directions: Meet at the Bear Valley Visitor Center parking area restrooms, near Sir Francis Drake Blvd and Hwy 1 in Olema. You will see the large gravel parking area on the left as you go down the Bear Valley Visitor Center Access Road. This is also near the picnic area where the end of day picnic/BBQ will be.
Contact: Tracy Neal (firstname.lastname@example.org)