Time: June 29, 2019 from 10am to 11:30am
Location: Quarry Park
Street: 1195 Columbus Street
City/Town: El Granada
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Event Type: outdoors, history.
Organized By: Granada Community Services Dist.
Latest Activity: Jun 12
So you think El Granada is a sleepy little town where nothing exciting ever happens? Did you know Quarry Park had a connection to World War II, and our quaint little Coastal towns were slated to become one giant city of about 180,000 population just a few decades ago? Come join one of the key preservation leaders, Fran Pollard, as she tells the history of Quarry Park and the efforts to preserve our small town and semi-rural character from gargantuan development.
Leader: Fran Pollard
Ages: Anyone interested in history is welcome. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Preregistration: Suggested in the event of schedule change. Drop-ins welcome.
Meeting Place: Quarry Park, 1195 Columbus Street, El Granada
Bring: water; wear comfortable shoes for standing and walking
All participants must provide a signed waiver, and if under 18 it must be signed by a parent or guardian, before they can participate. The waiver can be found by clicking on click this link. Bring the waiver to the first class session or return the waiver to the GCSD office at least two business days prior to the activity, 504 Ave. Alhambra, Third Floor, El Granada, CA 94018