Join Us May 19, 4:30pm, Sharp Park Golf Course:
Tailgate & Drum for Frogs, Occupy Sharp Park!
On May 19, golf purists think they will “celebrate” the 80th year of the money-losing, endangered species-killing golf course at Sharp Park.
That’s right: these purists are planning to celebrate a golf course that has killed endangered species at Sharp Park for years, pushing the population of the world’s most beautiful and imperiled serpent towards extinction.
A San Francisco garter snake killed by golf course mowers; California red-legged frog egg mass killed by golf course wetland draining.
And they did this while losing up to $300,000 a year, robbing City parks and services of desperately needed funds.
We aren’t going to stand by and allow them to celebrate an endangered species massacre. That’s why we’re asking you to join Save the Frogs! at Sharp Park Golf Course’s parking lot on May 19 at 4:30pm to tailgate and drum for the Frog’s and help occupy Sharp Park!
You may have drummed for frogs before. You may have even occupied something. But a tailgate for frogs??
That’s right: Save the Frogs! is occupying the parking lot of Sharp Park Golf Course, and we will all eat, drink, be merry, and express our love for endangered species and better public parks—loudly and clearly all day long!
But we can’t do this with out you. Please join Save the Frogs on May 19, 4:30pm at Sharp Park Golf Course for a tailgate and drumming event that occupies Sharp Park! Bring food and drink to spare, and all your frog-loving friends so everyone knows that we stand for the under frog!