St. Johns River Celebration Cleanup
The Mandarin Museum & Historical Society, in partnership with the City of Jacksonville and the St. Johns Riverkeeper, will be participating in the 18th St. Johns River Celebration Clean-up on March 16 from 8 -11 am at the Walter Jones Historical Park located at 11964 Mandarin Rd.
We will be picking up trash and tree debris along the shoreline, boardwalk, and within the park. We will also be removing invasive vines in the park in front of the historic Webb farmhouse.
Site captains from Mandarin will provide bags and plastic gloves. If you plan to work in the water area, please bring boots. If you want to work in the park, please bring a small pair of hand clippers and garden gloves.
You will also be provided with a ticket that may be redeemed at Riverside Arts Market from 12-2.
Advance registration is not required, but if you know you will help or if you are bringing a group, please email us at email@example.com. Everyone must check-in and sign a waiver between 7-8 am at the location. Youth under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please park in the Mandarin Presbyterian Church and cross Mandarin Rd. into the park at the little footbridge.
We can use all the help we can get to beautify our wonderful park and shoreline along our greatest natural resource, the St. Johns River.
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