On Saturday, April 29, 2017 10am, Griffis Sculpture Park (6902 Mill Valley Road, East Otto, NY) is looking for volunteers to assist the park with some spring cleaning at their annual “Volunteer Day.” In anticipation of the park’s May 1st official season opening, volunteers are needed to help clean and beautify the park. Participants can expect to do some light work. Lunch will be provided.
Volunteers can meet at our main parking lot at 6902 Mill Valley Road. Volunteers are asked to notify the park’s executive director Nila Griffis about participating in the clean-up, by calling (716) 667-2808 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Griffis Sculpture Park is the United States’ largest sculpture park, featuring over 200 sculptures located in the fields, forests and ponds of the 400 acre park. Created by artist Larry Griffis in the late 1960s, the park draws thousands of visitors each year. The park is owned and operated by the Ashford Hollow Foundation.