April 3, 2012 § 2 Comments
Creek Freak occasionally posts events – although we can’t possibly catch everything that is happening in the watersheds. Here’s two that came our way that might be of interest, although not directly creeky:
TOMORROW, APRIL 4 – VANISHING OF THE BEES
The Sierra Club’s Pasadena Group will be screening the documentary “Vanishing of the Bees” at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday 4/4 (tomorrow) at the Eaton Canyon Nature Center. The film explores the mysterious disappearance of honeybees around the world, a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder. The agricultural, ecological, and economic implications are examined in this expertly researched and skillfully crafted documentary narrated by Ellen Page. For directions/information, visit the Eaton Canyon Nature Center website at http://www.ecnca.org.
THURSDAY APRIL 12 – OPENING OF ATWATER PARK CREEK RESTORATION
Thanks to Nishith Dhandha who added this to our comments section!
9:30am, 3900 W. Chevy Chase Drive Los Angeles, California 90039.
SUNDAY APRIL 15 – PRISK GARDEN OPEN HOUSE
From Creek Freak and master native gardener Mike Letteriello:
Our Open House is Sunday, April 15, from one to four p.m. Garden is in the Los Altos area of Long Beach near the corner of
San Vicente and Los Arcos in Long Beach 90815. (We’re around the corner from the school office address at 2375 Fanwood Ave., Long Beach, CA 90815.) Many blooms this year in spite of the drought and relentless rodent damage to our annual wildflower crop! Admission if free.
(Jessica here: a visit to this garden is inspirational! And fun! Definitely worth checking out)