Placerville Event: Wakamatsu Ground-Breaking Ceremony
American River Conservancy (ARC) will break ground on a new Education Center at Wakamatsu Farm during Open Farm Day on Saturday, November 21 at 12:00 noon. The innovative pavilion-style structure will adjoin the native plant nursery, nature play space, fruit orchard, and teahouse within an area called the Outdoor Learning Campus at Wakamatsu Farm. Each year, the building will serve approximately 1,400 visitors as they learn, explore, and play outside of the traditional classroom at the historic Farm.
The public is welcome to attend the brief ground breaking ceremony during the November 21st Open Farm Day when visitors can also tour the Farm ($10 donation per car). The ceremony will include the fourth installation of engraved plaques recognizing major supporters on the Donor Wall of Honor at Wakamatsu Farm. Contact [email protected] for additional details. Discover more about Wakamatsu Farm at ARConservancy.org/wakamatsu.
Date & Time
November 21, 2020
Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Colony Farm 941 Cold Springs Rd. Placerville 95667 CA US https://www.sacboomer.com/businesses/ca-placerville-wakamatsu-tea-and-silk-colony-farm
$10 per car