OWLS

Older, Wiser, Livelier Sierrans

Meetings: 3rd Tuesday of the month
Contact: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The OWLS are an active group of older members of the Sierra Club who regularly seek to keep the synapses working and the body exercised while also developing long term relationships and ways of contributing to worthwhile endeavors. This group of retired Sierrans meet regularly on the third Tuesday of each month during the late morning/early afternoon. Individual members plan events which offer both an opportunity to learn about the physical world on which we live, as well as some sort of physical activity, be it on skis, in a canoe, walking through a woodland seeking to identify the plant species in the area or finding wonder in the various museums in the area. For further information about the OWLS and meeting plans, you can contact the North Star Office, or Bev Montgomery at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 952-931-0805. There is a small annual mailing fee for each member, and on some occasions there may be an admittance or other type of cost which is passed on to those in attendance. All Sierra club members who are of retirement age are welcome at these gatherings.


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