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LARPD Nature Programs are Now Fee Based

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Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2019 12:00 am

Beginning in June, most weekend programs offered by the LARPD rangers will be fee-based. For years, the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District has offered free weekend nature programs for park visitors. Even as neighboring park agencies moved to a fee-based reservation system for public programs, the district continued to offer these programs free of charge. However, with the rising costs of operating LARPD’s open space parks, the decision was made to charge a nominal fee for weekend programs.

People are encouraged to sign up for these programs on the LARPD website or call (925) 373-5700 to register. Visitors can also drop-in to a program and pay there, but by registering in advance, you can help ensure that the program you wish to attend will be held. Programs are subject to cancellation if there are not enough people pre-registered.

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