Thursday, December 13, 2018

Indian River Park Ivy Pull cancelled on Saturday 12/15

Hi everyone - with the forecast of rain Friday night and Saturday morning, we are cancelling the planned Adopt-A-Park Volunteer Work Day (Invasives/English Ivy Removal) on Saturday 12/15.  We are rescheduling this event to Saturday, January 19th.

But please join us for Annual Holiday Party next Thursday, 12/20 at 7 pm.  It's a chance for us to get together and celebrate the year's accomplishments.  Bring a holiday treat (like vege platter, appetizer, or dessert} to share and join us for the fun - including a chance to finish your Christmas shopping at our silent auction.  Even if you have not been to a meeting in a while or if this would be your very first meeting you are invited.  See below for details.

And we are also planning a First Day Hike at Indian River Park on January 1st!. 

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  1. Some of the simplest Indian River Lagoon fishing, are often found within the shallow headwaters within the boundaries of the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. Along the 12 mile stretch of unimproved Shiloh Road that parallels the river; the rich waters are a breeding grounds for all kinds of fish, and abound with baitfish, shrimp, crabs, and other crustaceans that attract and hold lunker redfish and gator seatrout.This particular area of the northern Indian River Lagoon system, is especially suitable for bank fishermen. The anglers that venture into the world , when the road is open for traffic, get to enjoy the peace and solitude of the world , as they are going about trying to catch their fish of a lifetime.

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