Any one lose this guy last Saturday in or around Bryan Park?
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Come join us for one or both of our upcoming work parties! We will continue to work to remove invasive honeysuckle and English Ivy. We will furnish gloves, but bring your own if you wish. Clippers are useful for cutting vines from trees and shrubs, but most of our work will be pulling vines out [...]
We will be cleaning trash along the ponds and creeks in the park. Please dress for the weather. Wear non-slip footware which can get wet (rubber boots are great so that you can wade in shallow areas). We will provide gloves, pick-ups, and plastic bags. You may want to bring water and a snack. Students [...]
Non-native invasive plants are smothering much of our native habitat. Our goal is to return the area to its more natural, native state. Please dress for the weather. Long sleeves and pants are recommended to protect yourself against poison ivy. Bring work gloves and pruners, if you have them. We’ll show you what to remove [...]
Our yearly cyclocross races are coming up-Bryan Park on Saturday, October 6th, and Chimborazo Park on Sunday, October 7th.
Welcome to our Annual Ice Cream Social! You, your family and friends are invited to join FoBP to meet with other park lovers while learning about the goings on in (and near) the park. Share your thoughts and suggestions. As always, Dabney Morriss’ Ice Cream Connections cart is a star attraction! No RSVP needed. The [...]
From the Friends of Bryan Park: On Tuesday evenings until September 4th ( plus a few other times), bicycle races will be held on the back roads and around the Azalea Garden Loop of Bryan Park. Please stay safe and give the racers plenty of riding room. Signs will be posted. Also, remember to keep [...]
This subdivision will border the forested section of the park near where Richmond’s Environmental Education Area is located. Please join us at 7pm on Wednesday, June 27 at Shelter 1 for a “talk and tour” meeting. Information about the proposed subdivision and its negative impacts on the park and surrounding neighborhoods will be shared. This [...]
Holy cow/tomato! The Richmond Vegetarian Festival will celebrate its tenth year this weekend in Bryan Park. You may know the Veggie Fest for its delicious food, awesome venue, and (maybe most importantly?) free admission. So pack your bags, kids, and stomachs and head over to Azalea Gardens at Bryan Park this Saturday (June 23rd) from [...]
Friends of Bryan Park has scheduled a second public meeting to discuss the proposed Shirley development. Our second community meeting about the proposed subdivision is Monday (April 30th) night at 7pm. We will meet at Shelter 1. Topic: Updates since our first meeting 2 weeks ago.