Science in the Park - October 1
Join the Alameda Creek Alliance on Saturday, October 1st from 9 am until 2 pm in Hayward for Alameda County's Science in the Park. Science in the Park is an opportunity for the family to learn more about topics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This free event includes interactive and hands-on activities, live animal demonstrations, health screenings, environmental education, water rocket launches, and live entertainment.
This year's Science in the Park runs from 9 am to 2 pm at the Alden E. Oliver Sports Park (2580 Eden Park Way, Hayward). Look for the Alameda Creek Alliance booth and check out our display with information on local watersheds and watershed health.
Can you volunteer at the ACA table to help manage the fish-painting activity?
We need a few volunteers to work 2.5-hour shifts (9-11:30am or 11:30am-2pm)
helping kids with supplies as they paint fish. The work is fun and interactive,
and you're welcome to spend the time painting fish of your own! Contact
firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help. Please
indicate which time slot you can help.
Alameda Creek Trail Run October 8
Three Tri-City environmental non-profits are supporting the Alameda Creek Trail Run, a one-day 5K/10K walk and run event on Saturday, October 8th from 8 am to 11 am. This event is dedicated to the goal of a healthy Alameda Creek and the beginning of a trail joining community and nature in the years ahead. The event will be hosted at California Nursery Historical Park - LEAF Community Garden. More information to come.
Sunol AgPark Open House - October 16
Join the Alameda Creek Alliance at the Sunol Agricultural Park Open House on October 16th from 10 am to 2 pm. This family event is an opportunity to enjoy an outing to the beautiful Sunol Valley, celebrate the harvest season with AgPark farmers and participate in activities with community partners.
Come by the Alameda Creek Alliance outreach table where we'll be hosting our popular fish painting activity! Other highlights of the event include: pick-your-own pumpkin patch; market stand with produce from AgPark farmers; children's activities such as farm crafts, seed packet making and face-painting; and hands-on learning in the habitat hedgerow. Attendees are invited to bring bikes and wagons for self-guided tours of the beautiful 18-acre organic farm.
Can you volunteer at the Alameda Creek Alliance table to help manage the fish-painting activity? We need a few volunteers to work 2-hour shifts (10am-12pm or 12-2pm) helping kids with supplies as they paint fish. The work is fun and interactive, and you're welcome to spend the time painting fish of your own! Contact email@example.com if you can help. Please indicate which time slot you can help.
State of the Watershed Conference October 25
The Alameda Creek Watershed Forum will hold a State of the Watershed conference
on Tuesday, October 25 in Fremont. The focus of the forum will be fisheries
restoration efforts, with updates from multiple agencies on projects in
the watershed. More info at http://www.acwforum.org/calendar