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Date Saturday  5/4/2013
End Date Saturday  5/4/2013
Group State CMC
Event Title 3rd Annual Spring Into Service Volunteer Project Volunteer
Start Time 8:30 AM
Status Approved
Leader Lisa Cashel
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants No tickets left
Type Trip
Trip Type Stewardship
Classification Easy 
Trail Mileage 1
Elevation Gain 0
Driving Distance


Crown Hill Park, Lakewood Crown Hill Park, nestled betweenthe Cities of Wheat Ridge and Lakewood in unincorporated Jefferson County, isone of Jefferson County Open Space's most-loved parks. Today, this 242-acresite hosts an estimated 400,000 annually. To address aging infrastructure ofthe Park, protect and enhance Park resources provide additional accommodationsfor social, recreation, and education opportunities for a growing number ofvisitors.

For more info Contact

Lisa Cashel 303-996-2764



Spring Into Service, Saturday, May 4

Open to the public

All ages

Trail and restoration projects (8am check-in opens, projects 9am-12pm)

Breakfast and Lunch provided (12pm-1pm)Education sessions (1pm-3pm)

Partners: CMC, REI & Jefferson County Open SpaceRegistration is required

Join us for our 3rd annual Spring Into Service community project! This year, we move to Crown Hill Park for a great day of stewardship and education. Come with your kids and choose a project that will work for everyone. Adult & young adult only projects will also be available. There will be a variety of projects and education stations for the kids after lunch. Projects are organized by age. 

Green: Family project - may include invasive plant removal, bat box construction, etc.... Please note that the green project will be an active family project this year and education stations will take place after lunch.

Blue: Young adult project - may include trail work, picnic table painting, fence work, signage installation. Suitable for teens or families with teens.

Black: Adult project - may include trail work, fence removal, signage installation.

Choose one project. You may register multiple individuals, but they mustbe for the same project type. If you have a family/large group splitbetween project types, please register them separately.

We'll have LIVE bluegrass music at lunch (Hayward Strangers) and lots of great door prizes to give away. After lunch, participants will be able to attend several stations and workshops around the park. These will include Wildlife spotting scope stations, Introduction to geocaching with a compass, Kids bike skills, Slacklining 101, Historical perspectives on gold panning, Bat Box construction, Coyotes, Nature photography with smartphones, and more...

All registered participants will receive an email with information regarding parking and all events. Sorry, no dogs allowed. If you need to cancel, please let us know well in advance. Each year, we have a waiting list!If you are a CMC member, it is recommended that you log in to register.