17th Annual Earth Day & Wildlife Festival | Orinda
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Historic Wagner Ranch Nature Area | 350 Camino Pablo, Orinda, CA
Come enjoy the beautiful historic ranch and 18-acre nature preserve, rarely open to the public. Join the family-friendly, a variety of activities for all ages, especially kids. Featuring wildlife fun at the pond (red-legged frogs and the resident western pond turtles).
17th Annual Earth Day & Wildlife Festival
Sunday, April 22, 2018 |11:30 am to 4:30 pm
Wagner Ranch Nature Area, 350 Camino Pablo, Orinda CA 94563
FREE (Sorry, no dogs or other pets)
Try out DIY gardening projects, hands-on nature arts and crafts, face painting, and Earth Day games. Visit east bay artists’ tables, such as Coyote Brush, and their celebration of California, nature and wildlife.
Join a rare tour of the meadows, woodland, ponds and streams, and the historic home site of Theodore Wagner, California’s first Surveyor General.
Food and beverages will be available for purchase, or bring your own picnic to enjoy at our many picnic tables. Several community organizations will also present earth-friendly endeavors. Enjoy a relaxing day in nature
Chester Miner and his native American drummers will open the day at 11:30 with traditional drumming and chanting.