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Town Picnic - Corte Madera School - June 9th

Original post made by Angela Hey on May 29, 2007

The Town Picnic is on June 9th - its a lunch time event - come and meet PV residents. If you are new to the town come along, if you are an old timer look out for new residents and make them feel welcome.

The traditional ducking stool is fun. There will be booths and town information.

Also there is the annual Town Run - it starts at Zots - the Alpine Inn - at 9:00 am - and has a new route this year - for sure it starts uphill on Alpine Road.

There are various events at 10:00 am and the picnic officially starts at 11:00 am. Note the new venue - Corte Madera School - at Alpine Road and Indian Crossing - 3.3 miles west of 280.

See the town website www.portolavalley.net for details.

Carolyn Rogers
650-303-7220 cell
Carolyn At Deertown Dot Com

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