5/1 TAP-SF x BWYA hike: Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve
Join TAP-SF & BWYA for a fun morning hike at Skyline Ridge Preserve near Portola Valley. We will go on a 3.3 mile (718 ft elevation gain) moderately challenging loop trail
(https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail/us/california/alpine-pond-to-horseshoe-lake) that will take ~2 hours. If you’d like to carpool to the hike, please leave a message in the event page so we can coordinate rides. Meet at the Russian Ridge Preserve parking (https://goo.gl/maps/HqfmmpKTq1khnu2z9).
Sunday 5/1 10am
After the hike we will eat lunch at State Street Market in Los Altos (https://goo.gl/maps/KZMAfUFP7aCPzVC68) and mingle! They have several options including “Taiwanese-Korean concept Bǎo Bèi by Meichih and Michael Kim (formerly of Palo Alto’s Michelin-starred Maum).”
Safety first! By RSVP’ing to this event, you are agreeing to the following event terms:
- If you are not fully vaccinated, you must wear a face covering during the entire event. A mask is optional for those who are fully vaccinated. If joining lunch, we plan to dine outdoors, but please have a mask in case any portion of lunch is indoors.
- Maintain safe distancing between yourself and other attendees.
- Refrain from attending if you are sick and have either tested positive for COVID-19 or been in close contact with anyone who has tested positive. This includes those who are fully vaccinated as well.
- Comply with all site regulations of the venue where the event is hosted.
- Release the organizers of the event of any liabilities for damages or injuries incurred by you during the event.
TAP enhances the Taiwanese American community by networking individuals interested in professional and career development, while emphasizing the preservation of Taiwanese American identity. TAP provides resources and programs that inspire and empower; develop and support professionals to become community-oriented leaders.
TAP focuses on Leadership, Identity, Networking, and Citizenship (LINC).
TAP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization through its parent organization, Taiwanese American Citizens League (http://tacl.org/).
A community of young professionals, supporting each other, both personally and professionally. We host socials, community service opportunities, mentorship programs, and workshops on professional development, healthy lifestyles, and the environment. Our mother organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit www.bwnc.org.