Saturday, March 6 | 10-11 a.m.
Free (donations appreciated) | FULL
Out and About is a monthly series of family-friendly, small group get-togethers exploring Santa Cruz’s diverse natural spaces through guided activities.
There is a rich history of Indigenous culture in Santa Cruz, originally named Aulinta by the Awaswas-speaking Uypi people. Join us for a morning exploring this Indigenous culture and the relationships between people, plants, and animals. We’ll learn about oral tradition, ethnobotany, and traditional tools outside in the Museum’s Garden Learning Center. Families are encouraged to attend, but all ages are welcome. Please review the following details prior to registering:
- Wear a mask at all times
- If you feel sick, stay home
- Maintain at least six feet of distance from others
- We are limiting this to 12 individuals
- Registration is required
Other ways to explore the Indigenous culture of Santa Cruz:
- Virtual exhibit
- Rent a curriculum kit complete with realia (i.e. mortar & pestle, animal pelt, etc)
- Online lessons