May 10, 2014

11 am-2 pm

Audience: Groups, Members, Adults, High School Students, Middle School Students, Families, Seniors, Preschool Students, Elementary School Students

Location: San Francisco, Presidio of San Francisco

Event Type: Music, Environment/Science, Food, Birds/Wildlife, History, Member Event, Tours/Walk/Recreation

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Join us for history walks of the Presidio, nature talks with park experts, art treks, and more at this special day celebrating Parks Conservancy members and our parks!

Pick up a map and collect “treasure stamps” at stations around the historic Presidio Main Post, including:

  • Archaeology Dig: Channel your inner archaeologist as we look for clues of past residents of the Presidio
  • Historic Officer’s Club Sneak Peek: Check out the newly restored Officers Club (arguably San Francisco’s oldest building!) before it opens to the public
  • Hummingbird Hotspot: Visit el Polin Spring with an expert birder and find out about the restoration of this natural spring
  • Tunnel Top Sneak Peak: Get the insider’s scoop about Crissy Field and our brand new parklands.
  • Art Trek: Explore renowned artist Andy Goldsworthy’s installation, Tree Fall, at the historic Powder Magazine.
  • Park Portrait: Smile and pose for a portrait in front of the historic cannon

The route ends with a party on the Main Parade lawn, where we’ll have games, music, crafts, and grilled cheese sandwiches from the Melt truck, so you’ll want to bring the whole family and make a day of it!

Free for Parks Conservancy members and their guests.

Registration requested by May 8 to help us plan for the event.

Register online or call (415) 561-3060.

To become a Parks Conservancy member, call (415) 561-3060, e-mail, or visit

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