South Slough Reserve’s 40th Anniversary Picnic

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America’s first national estuarine research reserve is celebrating 40 years of learning and teaching about estuaries. Join South Slough dignitaries, the Friends of South Slough and others for a picnic celebrating the 40th anniversary of this designation. The FOSS will provide grilled tuna, strawberry lemonade, ice tea and cupcakes from Crabby Cakes Bakery—bring your own picnic sides. Take a blanket to sit on the lawn and listen to live music from Che’s Lounge and the Dale Inskeep Band, tour the reserve Interpretive Center exhibits, and stop by the Unclaimed Property booth; you may discover you have something of value headed your way.

5:30-6pm: Picnic, tuna grill, FOSS membership drive, unclaimed property booth, explore exhibits, classrooms, trails, etc…

6pm: Welcome, two minute opening comments, award ceremony, guest speakers– Interpretive Center

6:20pm: Picnic, tuna grill, music, FOSS membership drive, unclaimed property booth, explore exhibits, classrooms, trails, etc…

7:20pm: Closing remarks, door prize drawings

7:30pm: Night Hike

For more information go to: www.southsloughestuary.org, call: 541.888.5558 or email: deborah.rudd@state.or.us

This entry was posted on Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 and is filed under Local News, Public Service Announcements, State News.