Due to air quality concerns, please call the ranger office at 925-960-2400 to confirm programs.
What was it like to live in the Livermore Valley before the Europeans arrived? How did the native people feed themselves, get married or cure themselves when they were sick? Join us for a glimpse into the daily life of the original inhabitants of the area and unlock the secrets of how they survived and thrived for thousands of years. We will start with a slow paced walk to look at some of the plants and animals that were important to the Ohlone people, we will then look at replicas of their tools and baskets.
Program will be cancelled if it is raining.
Please RSVP by calling (925) 960-2400.
Join Ranger Darren Segur at the Sycamore Grove Park Arroyo Road Entrance (5049 Arroyo Road).
There is a $7 per vehicle parking fee at either entrance to Sycamore Grove Park, and a $3 donation is requested to help support the programs. Ranger-led programs are usually one to two hours in length. If you have any questions about the program call the Ranger Office at (925) 960-2400.