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NEWSLETTER: September 2014

In this issue:

Pumpkins in the Park

Pumpkins in the Park, a fun, family friendly harvest fair with a strong environmental education component, is designed to promote awareness of the Guadalupe River Park and celebrate the fall season. Join us on Saturday, October 11 from 10 AM to 4 PM for a giant pumpkin patch, a costume parade, tons of free kid's activities, a children's concert and so much more. Click here to read more about the event. Interested sponsors or vendors can contact Phil at 408-298-7657.

Measure Q

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Water Festival

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Trail Ambassador Program

Do you find yourself walking, running or biking the Guadalupe Trails within the Guadalupe River Park at least once a week? We are launching a Trail Ambassador Program where individuals like you act as the eyes, ears and friendly face of the park. Volunteers help report issues along the trails, hand out trail maps to other trail users, and be a friendly presence in the park. The commitment is mostly flexible but would require at least 45 minutes a week.

Backyard Update

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Volunteer Corner
A hearty thanks to all the volunteer groups that toiled to make GRPG a more beautiful place this past June:

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And that is only the groups! We also appreciate the scores of individuals who come out weekly to make a difference.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunties

 

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So many ways to give:
Adopt A Rose, General Donations, Rotary Children's Playgarden, The Donor Walkway, Memberships,
Endowment, Critter Donations

Upcoming Events

Homeschool Programs

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Cool Season Vegetable Gardening

Saturday, September 6th
10:00am to 12:00pm
$20/members, $25/non-members
Ages 18 and Up

Vegetables in the winter? You bet! Here in Santa Clara County we can grow vegetables year round. Join Master Gardener Karen Schaffer to learn about the wide variety of vegetables that thrive in our cool season: broccoli, kale, peas, lettuce, and many more. You will also receive hands-on experience sowing seeds and transplanting seedlings and will take home a flat of seedlings for your winter garden.

Click here to sign up.

Fall Walking Series

Saturdays, October 11th - November 15th (6 weeks) 8:30 to 9:30am Ages 18 and Up $30/members, $40/non-members

Step by step, you'll be healthier as a result of this class that leads you through the paved trails along the Guadalupe River. Join fitness instructors Kristin Strellis and Janet Schumacher Saturday mornings for fun, fitness and friendship along the Guadalupe River trails. Whether you are looking to start a fitness program or add to your current program, you will be provided with instruction, motivation and accountability. Interval training, safe for all fitness levels, will be used along with additional strength and flexibility exercises.

Click here to sign up.

Legacy Giving

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