This is a drop-in program (no registrations taken).
EXCEPTIONS: Junior Lifeguard Aide, Junior Lifeguard Cadet, Park'n It Leaders-In-Training, and some Docent Trainings require an application. Please read the activity description of those programs for more details.
COYOTE HILLS REGIONAL PARK - Ohlones from several tribes will share their culture and history, including music, song, dance, and stories. They'll discuss contemporary cultural involvements, and demonstrate basket, jewelry, soaproot brush, and dogbane string making. Visit a more than two-thousand-year-old village site, play an Ohlone game, try making fire without matches, or make a miniature tule boat. Taste native plant teas, manzanita cider and, in the afternoon, acorn soup cooked with heated stones in a basket. Drop in anytime. Parent participation required. Parking fees apply where charged. No registration required; Drop-in program only. For information, call (510) 544-3220.
Coyote Hills: Visitors Center
East Bay Regional Park District