Monday, January 15, 9:00am-12:00pm
Foothills Park in Palo Alto (3300 Page Mill Road)
We’ll be convening at the front by the entrance.
This year Kol Emeth will take on a special project for the 10th annual Jewish community-wide Mitzvah Day!
We will augment a wildlife corridor by planting new greenery on beautiful Vista Hill in Foothills Park and clear the invasive French Broom species from the nearby (not yet open to the public!) Hawthorn’s Preservation. All hands are needed! Join us by Registering HERE!
Location: Foothills Park in Palo Alto – located at 3300 Page Mill Road. We’ll be convening at the front by the entrance and will caravan the cars to our meeting locations.
Participants should bring/wear:
- Clothes that can get dirty and are good to do physical work in
- Sturdy closed toe shoes
- Long pants
- Hat/sunscreen or rain gear depending on weather
- Reusable water bottle
Activities will include: Planting, weeding, enjoying snacks, and other fun activities!
*** All participants under 18 are required to fill out an online waiver before attending the event.
Mitzvah Day is a National Day of Service to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – Join your Kol Emeth Community to do some (literal) Tikkun Olam work!
Post archive date: Monday January 15th, 2018