MLK Day of Service Restoration Event at Chimacum Beach – Jan 21st
Make it a day ON not a day off! Give back this MLK holiday by working with your friends and neighbors to restore Irondale Beach Park near the mouth of Chimacum Creek.
We will be complementing current restoration efforts at the park by removing invasive weeds such as English Ivy and Himalayan Blackberry. We’ll work from 10am-1pm, then celebrate our work and MLK with some hot cocoa and snacks at 1pm.
This is a family friendly event with tasks for all ages and abilities. Bring gloves if you have them, but extras will be provided. Dress warmly with close toed shoes and pack lunch/water. Please consider taking public transit, riding your bike or carpooling because parking is *extremely* limited.
IF YOUTH UNDER 18 is attending – a parent/guardian signature is required. Signatures can be obtained at the event. If a parent/guardian will not be present on Monday, you can download the consent form and bring it to the event: YOUTH RELEASE Irondale Beach Park Service Project January 21
Date: Monday, January 21st – MLK Day
Location: Irondale Beach Park (562 Moore St, Port Hadlock)
What: Invasive removal and celebration of service
RSVP: Jac at firstname.lastname@example.org or 379-8051
This event is sponsored by the North Olympic Salmon Coalition, Jefferson County Parks and Recreation, YMCA of Jefferson County and the Friends of Chimacum Creek.