Just give me an excuse to announce a get-together… and I have two of them. Glenn Branch, my colleague at NCSE, has his birthday on January 22nd, and mine falls on January 23rd. So we’re having a joint outing/celebration, and thought we’d invite folks in the area to join us.
When: January 22nd, 2005, starting at 10 AM
Where: Lindsay Wildlife Museum, then the “Left Bank” Restaurant
Lindsay Wildlife Museum information:
Web site: http://www.wildlife-museum.org/
Hours: 10 AM to 5 PM
Admission: Adults $6; Seniors (65+) $5; Children $4
Directions: From I-680,
Take the Treat Blvd./Geary Road exit and turn left over freeway. Proceed three more lights and turn left on Buena Vista. Turn right on First Avenue. The museum is half-way up the block on the left.
Welcome to Lindsay Wildlife Museum, a wildlife rehabilitation and educational center that focuses on native California wildlife and natural history. The museum exhibits live, non-releasable native wildlife in Walnut Creek, California. Founded in 1955, the museum operates the oldest and one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation hospitals in the United States, treating more than 6,000 injured and orphaned wild animals each year.
Then on to lunch… we should arrive at the restaurant at noon.
The Left Bank Brasserie
From the North:
Take Highway 680 South. Exit at Gregory Lane and turn left onto Contra Costa Blvd. Turn right at Monument Blvd. into the new Pleasant Hill Downtown Center. Turn right at the first parking lot just before the fountain.
From the South:
Take Highway 680 North. Exit at Contra Costa Blvd. Turn left on Monument Blvd. into the new Pleasant Hill Downtown Center. Turn right at the first parking lot just before the fountain.
If you intend to come, let me know by Friday and I’ll set the reservation for the restaurant.
welsberr at antievolution dot org
will do nicely for a contact email.