Families are invited to join us for a special live virtual event!
Meet special guest, Naturalist Dino Labiste, Coyote Hills East Bay Regional Park. Nauralist Dino will talk about tools of the Ohlone people and how they are made.
The East Bay area's original inhabitants were the ancestors of the Ohlone Indians, hunters and gatherers whose skills enabled them to live well off the land's natural bounty. We will look at hunting and cooking tools as we travel back to the days when tule elk roamed the land, condors soared overhead, and sea otters and fish were abundant in the Bay.
Recommended for ages 4 and up.
During the months of December and January our BOOK ADVENTURE will help find out how TOOLS RULE! Visit our Book Adventures web page for book lists, links to streaming media, coloring pages, crafts, and more!