Here is something neat for Thursday (April 4) for you community history buffs as the Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed will be inviting the folks from the John Marsh History Trust during their monthly meeting. The group will discuss the house, history of the house, and the State Park.
“We are looking forward to working with the John Marsh Historical Trust and all the opportunities it presents with the the Marsh Creek State Park. The John Marsh House is located right on Marsh Creek and we look forward to learning more about what they are doing. When people go to the John Marsh House, they are going to also see Marsh Creek so its a logical partnership,” said Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed Executive Director Diane Burgis.
The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm and are held at the Liberty Union High School District offices located at 20 Oak Street, Brentwood.
Upcoming Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed Events:
April 20: Earth Day on the Creek
Join us for a fun day of playing and learning about your environment at Creekside Park Oakley. Come fly kites, play with a giant earth ball, do crafts, learn about helping keep the Earth a cleaner and healthier place to live.
Location: Creekside Park Oakley 3900 Creekside Way, Oakley
April 22: Meet the Authors:
Clean Energy Nation: Freeing America from the Tyranny of Fossil Fuels
A book written by Congressman Jerry McNerney and writer Martin Cheek encourages Americans to unite together to bring about a better future for the world. We can do this by creating a modern civilization built on a foundation of clean and renewable energy sources and a more energy-efficient social structure. Join us for a book signing and discussion about this very relevant subject on Earth Day.
Clean Energy Nation Website
Location: To Be Announced
For more on the Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed, visit their website
For more information on the John Marsh Historical Trust, visit their website.