Sat. April 27 - Prettyboy Reservoir Clean-up

Druid Hill Park
Madison Avenue entrance
Baltimore
MD 21217

Sat. April 27 - Prettyboy Reservoir Clean-up

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9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Prettyboy Day: A Celebration of our Reservoir and Watershed Lands, will celebrate, educate and help protect one of Baltimore's three drinking-water reservoirs. Participants of all ages can tour the dam; learn about Baltimore's drinking water system, resource issues and conservation efforts; enjoy Scales and Tails and other exhibitors; and plant trees. Organized by the Baltimore City Department of Public Works and the Prettyboy Watershed Alliance, this celebration will be held at the Prettyboy Dam; 18100 Prettyboy Dam Rd. Parkton, MD 21163.

Free admission. DPW is offering a shuttle bus to the site. Shuttles will depart from the Madison Avenue entrance Druid Hill Park at 8:30 AM and again at 10:00 AM.

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