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Heritage Rose Garden Volunteer Workday

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412 Seymour St

412 Seymour Street

San Jose, CA 95110

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Community workdays at the Heritage Rose Garden are back on!! Come help us get the rose garden back in shape!

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Minimum age to volunteer is 14 years old. Chaperones are required age 15 and under.

We are looking for volunteers to help us get the Rose Garden back into shape with weeding tasks and other help as needed. We know many are eager to help our parks these days, please join us as we practice safe measures of volunteerism.

Air quality projected to be "unhealthy for sensitive groups" or rain cancels the event.

We will be adhering to State and County Public Health recommendation and guidelines for the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition, please note that:

  • You must bring your own work gloves suitable for working in a rose garden, we are unable to provide any at this time. Leather gloves are highly recommended!
  • Please bring a full water bottle (the water fountain will be unavailable)
  • The restrooms will not be available for use

Volunteers are asked to arrive by 8:30 AM for a contactless sign-in, workday instructions will follow. We will be providing some tools, but if you have hand pruners and/or loppers to bring, even better! The work will begin at 8:30 AM and will run through 11:30 AM, or when it gets to be too hot. School groups or corporate teams must contact the volunteer coordinator to schedule events.


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412 Seymour St

412 Seymour Street

San Jose, CA 95110

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Organizer Guadalupe River Park Conservancy

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The Guadalupe River Park Conservancy is a non-profit partner of the City of San Jose. The GRPC provides community leadership for the development and active use of the Guadalupe River Park & Gardens through education, advocacy and stewardship.

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