Date: Saturday April 21
Time: 9 a.m. until Noon
Juanita Bay Park (2201 Market St., Kirkland). Directions are given below. Please arrive early to find street parking and allow time for sign-in. The event is popular and parking spaces at the park will fill up fast.
Event management funded by The Robidoux Foundation
Coffee donated by Starbucks District 122
Adults, Teens, and Families. Minors under the age of 14 years must be accompanied by an adult. Youth 14 to 17 years should be accompanied by an adult, or bring a signed waiver form , or a parent/guardian to sign you in. Youth waiver forms can be obtained in advance from the City or EarthCorps websites.
Tools: EarthCorps and Kirkland Parks will provide tools and equipment.
Please sign up at the EarthCorps website. Advance sign up is important for planning purposes; however, volunteers who show up on the day are also welcome.
Please contact Chris LaPointe if you have questions about the event, email@example.com.
Sustainable Kirkland Information Booth:
You’ll meet a group of local residents who have come together through their shared interest in making Kirkland a more environmentally friendly place to live. Sustainable Kirkland is the Kirkland Chapter of SCALLOPS (Sustainable Communities ALL Over Puget Sound), www.sustainablekirkland.org.
What to Bring
Sturdy shoes or boots
Work gloves if you have your own (we also provide them)
Layers of comfortable clothing
Rain gear (if needed)
Please try to join us!
Nona Ganz, Juanita Bay Park Volunteers
Lisa Pondsmith, WNPS Native Plant Stewards class of 2010
Kim Kuykendall, WNPS Native Plant Stewards class of 2009
Chris LaPointe & Lina Rose, EarthCorps
Sharon Rodman & June Fletcher, Green Kirkland Partnership, Kirkland Parks & Community Services
Please consider walking, bicycling, carpooling, or taking the bus
Link for Driving Directions
Juanita Bay Park (2201 Market St., Kirkland 98033)