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Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) and Oshman Family Jewish Community Center to learn about POST’s 40-year legacy of protecting land in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties and some of POST’s greatest local accomplishments. Program Manager Rachael Lopes will also share about POST’s Public Access Program and efforts to create a new “Bay to Sea” trail connection. Learn about our forward-looking vision of land protection with the goals of public access, corridors for wildlife, healthy redwood forests and working farmlands. This lecture is part of the OFJCC’s Community Tuesdays daytime programming.
Need a ride?
The OFJCC provides door-to-door rides for mobility-impaired seniors to all Community Tuesday lectures and concerts. The price is $10 for a round trip. All reservations must be made by Thursday morning the week before the event. To make a reservation, contact Betty Saad at email@example.com or (650) 223-8741. Funded by the Senior Mobility Initiative at the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.
This event will be held at Oshman Family Jewish Community Center in the Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
From 101: Take exit for San Antonio Rd S and use the right lane to turn right onto E Charleston Rd. Use the right lane to turn onto Fabian Way and OFJCC will be on the right.
From 280: Take exit for El Monte Rd and continue on El Monte Rd. Use the middle lane to turn left onto Foothill Expy and turn right onto San Antonio Rd. Use the 2nd from the left lane to turn onto E Charleston Rd. Use the right lane to turn right onto Fabian Way.
Peninsula Open Space Trust protects and cares for open space, farms and parkland in and around Silicon Valley. Since 1977, POST has protected over 75,000 acres in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz Counties.
Oshman Family Jewish Community Center is a welcoming, innovative, multi-generational destination where individuals and families live, learn, play and connect. Since opening in September 2009, the campus has created an exciting hub for the region’s growing Jewish community and contributed to the revitalization of the South Palo Alto area.