Friday, August 4, 8 p.m.
Lantern-Lit Cemetery Hike At Historic Forestville
Walk into the past and explore the lives of the early settlers of Forestville! Visit their final resting place and discover the customs and traditions of 19th century mourning and burial. Meet at the Historic Iron Bridge for an introduction to begin the hike by the light of lanterns. Sturdy shoes and a spare flashlight are advised for this three-mile hike.
Saturday, August 5, 10 a.m.
Snakes of Forestville At Amphitheater
Learn which snakes you might see in the park and how to tell the difference between a rattlesnake and many similar-looking, non-venomous snakes in the area. You will also have the opportunity to see a live timber rattlesnake!
Geocaching 101 At Picnic Shelter
Have you ever wanted to try geocaching or wondered how to use a GPS? If so, join a park naturalist at the Picnic Shelter as they teach you about geocaching and how it works. They will provide instructions and a GPS unit for you to use. Come experience the thrill of finding a geocache!
What’s in Your Water? At Amphitheater
Water quality is a topic of great importance worldwide. Learn about sources of contamination in area waters and how you can become better stewards of this limited resource. See how your actions impact those living downstream and learn how you can help protect this precious resource.