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Bovines, Dynamite, and High-Flying Shows: The Amazing History of Glen Canyon Park
May 19, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join Glen Park historian Evelyn Rose on this moderately difficult 1.3-mile stroll through Glen Canyon as we discover the natural and cultural history of this Significant Natural Resource Area in the heart of San Francisco.
Cows ruminating; chemists concocting; elk ranging; aeronauts parachuting; and activists protecting. All this and more comprise the amazing history of Glen Canyon Park! Kick off the New Year with Glen Park resident historian Evelyn Rose on this easy to moderately difficult 1.5-mile stroll through Glen Canyon as we discover the natural and cultural history of this Significant Natural Resource Area in the heart of San Francisco.
Details: All ages welcome. Well-behaved pets on leash also welcome. Group limited to 20 people. Wear layers as conditions can change. Bring adequate water. Wear shoes for walking on uneven dirt paths, including two easy uphill grades. Moderate rain/high winds cancels.
Suggested minimum donation $10.00; or support the GPNHP for one year ($15 per person or $20 per household) and the walk is free!
RSVP at GlenParkHistory@gmail.com. Rain cancels.
Saturday, May 19
9 a.m.-12 noon; meet at the Glen Canyon Park Cow Sign on Elk Street at the automobile turnout, just uphill (north) from Chenery St.