On September 30, just prior to the CreekFest, volunteers will gather at McBean Park at 9 am to take part in the annual Creek Clean Up. Volunteers will rid a portion of Auburn Ravine of commonly found debris such as plastic bottles and bags, cigarette butts, tires and aluminum cans, all of which pollute the waterways and impact wildlife. Last year, Clean Up volunteers removed 500 pounds of debris from Auburn Ravine. September 30, 2017: Lincoln Creek Fest 11 am at McBean Park: free for all ages. The Wildlife Heritage Foundation is hosting their 2017 Lincoln CreekFest on Saturday, September 30 from 11 am - 2 pm at McBean Park in Lincoln. This free one-day event features activities for the whole family, including hands-on exhibits, entertainment and an expanded kid’s nature area with crafts, geared to encourage an appreciation for the outdoors. This year’s educational activities will include a focus on protecting and appreciating our bee population with a bee show and pollinator activity. The goal of CreekFest is to raise the visibility and appreciation of our community’s unique and valuable creeks and waterways.
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