Save the Date for these Upcoming PCLC Events
Bring the Kids! Crissy Field Evening Walk and Campfire
April 28, 5-6:30 PM
Join Crissy Field Center's Community Programs team for an easy, family-friendly interpretive walk around Crissy Field Marsh followed by a campfire with ranger-led stories, songs, and s'mores! Explore this amazing restored habitat: learn about the animals that call the marsh their home, as well as how the Ohlone used many of the native plants for food and healing.
Trail Mixer at El Polin Spring
May 4, 6-8 PM
Thursday is the new Friday! Join Friends of the Golden Gate for the May Trail Mixer at El Polin Spring. Ease into the evening at this oasis in the middle of the city with a yoga lesson from REI, or relax with a brew from Fort Point Beer Co. and nosh on snacks from Whole Foods.
A Visit with Rosie the Riveter
May 6, 10:15 AM-12 Noon
Come explore Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park, our sister park in Richmond! Take in the exhibits and watch a movie at the Visitor Education Center, then hike the Bay Trail to the Rosie Memorial where a park ranger will explain how people during World War II came together for a greater cause.
Leaders Circle 6th Annual Family Campfire
May 7, 4-7 PM
Bring the whole family to experience the "playful" side of your national park!
Yummy BBQ & Pizza, Kid and Adult Beverages, Boba Tea Station, S'more Making, Dad and Kid Bands, Camp Crafts, Games, Activities, Body Art, Live Wildlife Talks by SF Zoo, Toddler Corral, Teen Camp, and lots of space for running, jumping, and exploring.
Lands End Open House
May 13, 10 AM-1 PM
Come out for a special just-for-members day at Lands End. Stop by the member table to go on a wildflower walk or join John Martini for a Sutro Baths history talk. Enjoy a park-themed treat, create fun crafts, and more. Members receive 20% off purchases at the Lookout . . . just in time for Mother’s Day! No RSVP necessary!
The Legend and Legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers
May 23, 2-3:30 PM
Join Park Ranger Frederik Penn for a tour of the Presidio Main Post and Cemetery, highlighting the history and legacy of the famed Buffalo Soldiers. Along the way, we’ll explore why they were among the very first “park rangers,” the constant moral dilemma they faced, and the inspiration behind Bob Marley’s famous song.