Summer is officially over and school has started. But we have fun and impactful community events planned for this Saturday, to go along with the nice weather.
Join us at 10 am for coffee, breakfast and community discussion at the North Richmond Farm, which is run by Urban Tilth, that uses the 3-acre site to support local agriculture and provide opportunities for youth to be healthy and develop environmental stewardship.
Those attending will have a chance to learn about this innovative county/nonprofit partnership and discuss community issues.
At noon, we'll celebrate the recently completed new mini-park at the El Sobrante Library followed by story-time, and volunteer and nature activities. We listened to the community in designing and developing this new public space!
Details for both events are below. Open to all!
WHAT: Community B
reakfast & Coffee with Supervisor Gioia
WHEN: Saturday, September 9, 10 am to 11:30 am
WHERE: North Richmond Farm, 323 Brookside Drive (corner of Fred Jackson Way), North Richmond
Learn about this innovative farm and talk about important community issues while having breakfast.
For more information, contact Robert Rogers at 510.231.8688 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT: El Sobrante Library Mini-Park Ribbon Cutting Celebration
WHEN: Saturday, September 9, 12 pm to 2 pm
WHERE: El Sobrante Library, 4191 Appian Way, El Sobrante
Community celebration of the new library mini-park with volunteer and nature activities, and story-time. Refreshments provided. For more info, contact James Lyons at 510.231.8692 or at email@example.com