Grounds Maintenance Help on MLK Day, 1/21 from
9am – 1pm
Volunteers will be working on maintaining healthy, beautiful, forest grounds for the Pacific Bonsai Museum: an open-air museum. The campus, in which the museum sits, is used as a site of natural recreation and exercise by the general public from the surrounding communities. The Museum is responsible for maintaining a portion of the campus grounds. In order for the museum to continue to be open to the public with free admission by donation, it must rely on the help of volunteers for maintenance. Therefore, the volunteers’ work will contribute to providing much needed cultural experiences in a diverse and underserved area that does not yet have a highly concentrated arts community.
Volunteers will be doing valuable and much-needed jobs like raking, clearing forest debris, pulling weeds, and clearing
Become a docent
Want to help share the art of bonsai with tens of thousands of visitors from around the world? Become a docent! We’re looking for docents that love working with the public and enjoy learning about the art of bonsai. No bonsai experience necessary.