9am-3pm - Visitor Center is open.
5pm - Board meeting at the Shady Meadows Day shelter. Unless covid19 stays around, all are welcome.
6pm - 8pm Register for an assignment and receive release forms at the Shady Meadows Day shelter
9am-4pm - Visitor Center is open. We will offer a 25% discount on all purchases that day for members and those that join.
8:00 to 9:00am – Continue sign up for assignments and sign releases.
Breakfast at the Shady Meadows Day Shelter (unless covid19 stays around).
9:00am – Brief instructional meeting.
9:15-9:45am – Head out to trails or other work assignments
Lunch might be provided at the Shady Meadows Day Shelter.
All participants may return to Day Shelter for water, coffee, fellowship, share experiences practicing social distancing.
6:30 - Dinner - Pot-luck supper, assuming no covid19 - Meats and drinks to be provided by FOG.
8am to 9am - Breakfast at the Shady Meadows Day Shelter (unless covid19 stays around).
9am - Meet at Shady Meadows - Continuation of work assignments identified Saturday as being continued efforts.
9:30 am - Highway cleanup
12pm - 2pm -- Ride the hay wagon and help clean the "summer" route.
Make your park reservations early! Park reservations must be obtained by phone or online. Overnight or day pass reservations will be required. Overnight reservations have been filling up 45 to 60 days out so don't be caught not being allowed to enter the park. Day pass reservations are available only 30 days in advance, so make a point to get those in December for January. Weekend day passes sell out fast. Call (512) 389-8900 or go online to make your reservations. https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/park-reservation-information/reservations
Questions? Call the Visitor Center at 830-232-5999, or email firstname.lastname@example.org