South San Francisco, CA February 6, 2020 Submitted by SBMW
50 Years of Saving San Bruno Mountain
Tuesday, March 31st, 6:30 p.m.
South San Francisco Main Library, 840 West Orange Avenue, SSF, CA 94080
Did you know San Bruno Mountain is one of the largest open public spaces in urban America? This “Mountain in the City” wouldn’t be the public park it is today without the dedicated efforts of local communities.
Ariel Cherbowsky Corkidi, Director of San Bruno Mountain Watch, will use historical photographs and artifacts from the past 50 years to highlight the critical moments of the grassroots movement to save San Bruno Mountain. The visual presentation will share exciting projects taking place on the mountain in the current day to protect its unique environment and engage the public.