Friends of Balboa Park seeks funding the fabrication cost of signs which will describe the historical uses of certain buildings and sites in San Diego's Balboa Park.
The Humes Garden is a fine example of a Japanese stroll garden in the Northeast United States, seamlessly integrating ageless Japanese landscape techniques with woodland terrain on Long Island, N.Y.
The 6th Avenue Playground was a highlight for families on the west side of the park for decades, but time and the elements have worn it away. The Friends plans to revitalize the children's play area.
One of the goals of the Friends of Balboa Park is to connect people to the park in a number of ways.
The Alcatraz Historic Gardens Project was formed to preserve, rebuild, and maintain the gardens created by those who lived on the island during its military and prison eras.
The core programs supported by the Friends of Balboa Park include preserving and enhancing parkland, cleaning up park canyons, and providing scholarships for Title I city schools.
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