Green Connections Walk: Holly Park to Alemany Farm Butterfly Walk

From sf-planning.org:

Date: Saturday May 26, 2012
Time: 12pm – 3pm (bring a bag lunch)
Meeting location: Bocana St. and Holly Park Circle
Leader: Liam O’Brien
Nearby Transit Routes: Muni Bus: 24

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