July 7, 2020

Upcoming Virtual Programs - Sign Up Today!
Parks Interpretation Department

Do you have a thirst for nature and looking for fun ways to explore the outdoors and share your knowledge? Join our park interpreters to discover creative ways you can connect with nature. Sign up for any or all of the virtual events featured below. The Interpretive Department also offers a collection of PlayHere on-demand videos for you to enjoy at any time. From story time, nature walks, craft demonstrations to park museum tours...there's something for everyone!
Nests In Nature
Tuesday, July 14 | 11:00-11:45am
Join Park Interpreter Victoria live for a nature story time to learn how a diversity of nest shapes and sizes protect animals of all kinds. After the story, Victoria will show examples of local bird nests and demonstrate how you can build your own nest at home using a mixture of items found around your house.
Neighborhood Naturalists
3 Classes | 5:15-6:30pm
Curious about the natural world in your own neighborhood? This educational program for adults will introduce participants to the natural history of Santa Clara County with an emphasis on the region's geology, native plants, wildlife and nature journaling. 3 Tuesdays: July 21, July 28 and August 4 from 5:15-6:30pm.
Thinking Small
Saturday, July 25 | 10:00-10:45am
Join Park Interpreter Rob in this exploration of the overlooked natural wonders of small spaces. This interactive program is open to all ages and especially designed for families living in urban areas.
Who Wants to Be a Naturalist?
Friday, July 31 | 7:00-7:30pm
Have you ever wanted to showcase your nature knowledge, but your friends aren't interested? Worry no longer! Come join us online at our, " Who Wants to Be a Naturalist" game show and put your knowledge to the test! All are welcome to join, even if you have a thorax, antennae and 6 legs!
Beat the Heat
Park Safety Tips Video
Park Interpreter Travis shares hot weather safety tips for you and your furry friends in this short video. Remember to always bring plenty of water to stay hydrated when enjoying parks. Don't let the summertime heat get you beat!