“Senior Days” Returns to Anderson Marsh State Park

Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association (AMIA) has announced that registration is now open for a special series of “Senior Days” events to be held during June and July at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park.  The Senior Days events will offer a series of special enjoyable programs for seniors designed to help them learn more about Lake County and the park.  The Senior Days will feature separate morning and afternoon sessions every other Saturday, beginning on June 1 and ending on July 13.  There will be a $5 registration fee for each program attended.

In the words of Henry Bornstein, the AMIA event coordinator, “after the success of the Senior Days last year, we decided to bring the event back to the park in 2024. To give as many seniors as possible the opportunity to participate in the events, separate registrations will be required for each morning and afternoon program and registration will be limited to four programs.”

“The special programs will be educational, but will also be fun,” stated Roberta Lyons, AMIA President. “We encourage all Lake County seniors to visit our website at andersonmarsh.org, take a look at the different programs and register to attend the ones that interest them. There will be an opportunity to bring a picnic lunch to the park between the morning and afternoon sessions.”

According to Henry Bornstein, “the idea of this project is to make it easy for seniors to feel welcomed at the park, to have some fun outdoors and to learn about Anderson Marsh State Historic Park.” Programs will range from getting up close and personal with live birds of prey, learning about what is going on with Clear Lake, the importance of Lake County’s oak forests and woodlands, the history and culture of the Indigenous people of Anderson Marsh, the history of the European immigrants and tours of the park. 

To see complete information about the events, and to register for individual events, AMIA encourages seniors to visit andersonmarsh.org.

AMIA is a nonprofit organization that cooperates with California State Parks to promote educational and interpretive activities at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park.  For more information about the park or AMIA, visit andersonmarsh.org or contact AMIA at either info@andersonmarsh.org or 707-995-2658.

Curated by The Bloom Staff

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