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Sugarloaf Perspectives: A Storytelling Series

Saturday, August 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every 2 weeks that begins at 7:00 pm on Saturday, repeating until September 11, 2022

| $20

Storytelling is humanity’s oldest art form, likely originating before the cave paintings of the Stone Age. This summer we introduce “Sugarloaf Perspectives”, a storytelling series that brings new voices and people to the park while teaching about the natural environment. Every other Saturday, instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 6/25, world-renowned multi-disciplinary artist Bernie Krause will present how sound became his life-long pursuit, and how it applies to conservation.
On 7/23, Meghan Walla-Murphy re-introduces bear culture to Sonoma County.
On 8/20, we welcome Desi Harp, member of the Onasáti tribe (mistakenly called “guapo” by the Spanish and “wappo” by Anglo-American settlers) to regale us with song, dance, and the story of creation.
On 9/3 we are left gasping from laughter induced by SEC’s Educator Johny Ehlers, and finally, on 9/10, Sonoma Ecology Center’s ED Richard Dale and Park Manager John Roney relate how a partnership between non-profits, community, and government led to today’s operation of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.

Tickets are $20. Meet at the amphitheater. We invite you to show up earlier than 7pm for a self-guided nature walk or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.

Organizer

Alma
Phone:
(707) 833-5712
Email:
alma@sonomaecologycenter.org
Website:
sugarloafpark.org

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Venue

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd
Kenwood, CA 95452 United States
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Phone:
7078335712