Passover in the Poppies

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Sun, Apr 2, 2023 10:00am-1:00pm
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When: Sunday April 2nd, 10 am–1 pm

Where: Meet at the top of the main staircase, just behind the Fort Mason General's Residence. If no one is there to greet you, please walk into the gardens – we are already working on the site!  Registration is required.

Join us for a day of land stewardship, art, and nosh surrounded by blooming CA Poppies at the Black Point historic gardens on Sunday April 2–the last weekend before Passover begins. We'll spend time tending native wildflowers, schmoozing over hands-on activities, and reflecting on some of the themes of renewal, freedom, and connection to land that are so central to Passover. The event will run 10 am–1 pm. We will have plenty of snacks available to share, but please feel welcome to bring your lunch along. All are welcome!


Groups of five or more may require special arrangements and must be confirmed in advance. Visit our Groups volunteer page to learn more.

Age, Skills, What to Bring:

  • Volunteers ages 15 and up are welcome.
  • We'll be working rain or shine. Wear clothes that can get dirty. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required. Bring layers for changing weather and rain gear if necessary.
  • Bring a personal water bottle and sunscreen.
  • No experience necessary. Training and tools will be provided. Fulfills community service requirements.

The Golden Gate National Parks Volunteer Program is a cooperative parkwide effort of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, the National Park Service, and the Presidio Trust.

3500 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94109 ,

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Past Event Dates

Sun, 04/02/2023 10:00AM-1:00PM

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Natalie Korengold at or (415) 561-3524

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