Help Design an Interpretive Brochure
for a Walking Tour of Garber Park
WORKSHOP LED BY LECH NAUMOVICH
GOLDEN HOUR RESTORATION INSTITUTE
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2016
MEET AT THE EVERGREEN LANE ENTRANCE
TO GARBER PARK
This 3.5 hour Community-Based workshop will communicate information about interpretive brochure design, planning and writing. The first portion of the workshop will present strategies and ideas on interpretive brochures from the National Park Service and California State Parks. Then we will work as a team to synthesize our local experience, passion, and creativity and begin designing (outlining) a brochure for a self-guided walking tour of Garber Park, Oakland. This workshop will direct the production of a future interpretative brochure which will be available at the park entrances.
To RSVP or for more information contact Shelagh firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our web site www.garberparkstewards.org. Limit 20.
Directions: Meet at the Evergreen Lane Entrance. Many of you have been to Garber before and have your own favorite way of getting here, but for those who aren't familiar with the park directions can be found on our website www.garberparkstewards.org. Click on Directions in the Menu Bar at the top. I recommend parking at the Claremont Ave Entrance and walking up the trail, which takes you past Fern Glade and Fireplace Plaza to the Evergreen Lane Hillside Stairs. Coffee and snacks - available at 9:15 - are at the top of the stairs which is the Evergreen Lane Entrance.
This workshop is led by Golden Hour Restoration Institute and Garber Park Stewards, and
generously funded by Claremont Club and Spa.