TULE  PONDS  AT TYSON LAGOON
OHLONE CULTURE
in Fremont
 June 5, 2022 (Sunday)

Time: 10-12 noon
Where: 1999 Walnut Ave

$10.00
parking on site or at Fremont BART
limited to 30 people
as part of Mission San Jose 225th Anniversary
 
1999 Walnut Avenue, in Fremont
(Behind the Fremont Bart Station)
http://msnucleus.org         


Join us for a walking tour of Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon and learn about the Muwekma Ohones that lived at Tule Ponds and surrounding area. The Ohlones lived in Bay Area for at least 5000 years, making their culture a very long lived peaceful people.  They used the land to survive. 

Wear comfortable walking shoes.  Recommended for 5 and above.  Strollers difficult on small paths. Activities for children and adults  after the walk.


 Displays on Native American artifacts, including Tule hut and boat.
 Learn how to ground acorns with mortar and pestle.
 Make a tule doll or boat
 Make an elderberry necklace.
 Displays on tules, silkworms, and more.
 Posters on evolution of Tule Ponds.

  June 5, Sunday
10-noon


Sponsored
by 
Math Science Nucleus
Alameda County Flood Control & Water Conservation District  
Take a self guided tour at your leisure

For more information contact Math Science Nucleus staff at 510-790-6284 

email  msn@msnucleus.org

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