Saturday, June 22, 8:30 am
Join us for a very special morning with wildlife biologist Jackie Bowland Worden as she leads a walk along the Demonstration Trail. Learn more about California native plants and animals, native American uses of plants, and status of the Garden planning.
**Special time: Cooler morning hours are better for wildlife viewing, so this walk will start at 8:30 am. Meet at the upper level parking lot behind City Hall (you'll see the trailhead). The walk will take about two hours. Wear comfortable shoes.
Mark your calendar for other walks...
Saturdays, 10 am to noon
4th Saturday of every month (except April and Dec.)
Exercise, explore, and appreciate the spectacular views of Grant Park. Learn how the Master Vision Plan for the Gardens relates to the natural beauty of Grant Park. Join Jeff Lambert, Director of Community Development for the City of Ventura, or one of the knowledgeable members of the VBG board as they lead these walks and provide background on the project and answer questions.
Meet in the upper parking lot behind City Hall on Poli. The walk takes about two hours. There are some hills and may be some off-path walking. Wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sun protection, water, and bring a litter bag if you would like to help clean up along the way.
Invite your friends, family, and neighbors! We hope you'll join us.
Thanks to all the volunteers that made the Garden Festival special this year including Laura Bauer, Carol Haverty, Donna Ingram, Christine Miner, and Shelley Stern.
Thanks to all those who particpated in this fantastic event – special thanks to Peggy Dolan and Dale Gaberson, co-chairs, who worked tirelessly and showed unrelenting patience and enthusiasm.
WALK GRANT PARK
10 am to noon
The 4th Saturday of every month
(except April and December)
8:30 am, Sat., June 22
with wildlife biologist Jackie Worden
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