Open Land Conservancy Holding ‘Vine Day’ Tomorrow . . . Looking for Volunteers

Cabin fever has really taken hold for many of us after a very long wintry season but the weekend forecast is looking great.  Why not take some of that energy outside tomorrow and help out with ‘Vine Day’ at Cool Valley Preserve?  Cool Valley Preserve is located in the western Great Valley portion of the township, off of Swedesford Road in Malvern.

Ray Clarke, frequent commentator on Community Matters and board member of Open Land Conservancy sent me a note to invite readers to come and help tomorrow, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 Noon, Cool Valley Preserve.  You can get some fresh air and help with the preservation of open space in the township.  Cool Valley Preserve is 32.2 acres of meadows, woods, extensive trail system through fields and along Valley Creek. 

Do something good for yourself and something good for the community . . . be an Open Land Conservancy volunteer tomorrow morning!

For further information, directions, what to wear and what tools you might to bring, and contact information, here is the link:

http://www.openlandconservancy.org/Vine_Days_at_the_Preserves.html 

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2 Responses

  1. Seeing this note after the event has happened, but appreciate the announcement. I see, at the linked site, the conservancy has a “contact form” to receive announcements of events. Thanks.

    • Ted, it was unfortunate that I only found about the Vine Day last night. I have asked a couple of their board members to keep me in the loop for upcoming events so that I will be able to get the word out with a bit more notice.

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