• Golden Eagles at Tolay Lake Regional Park

    Join dozens of outings - yoga, birding, nature hikes, family activities and more.

  • Family hike at Environmental Discovery Center

    Join dozens of outings - yoga, birding, nature hikes, family activities and more.

Calendar

Filter events by category and/or date or see below for our full calendar of events.

Filter events by category and/or date or see below for our full calendar of events. 

In-person programs and guided outings resume in March. Virtual programming is also available to keep you connected to nature while you stay close to home. 

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Love Your Mother—Clean your Creek

Larson Park
In honor of Earth Day, let's show Mother Earth some pampering. Sonoma Creek, which provides critical wildlife habitat and an important wildlife corridor, runs right through Maxwell and Larson parks. Help us preserve the value of this riparian habitat for fish and other resident and migrating wildlife by removing litter and other debris. 


Love Your Mother—Clean your Creek

Maxwell Farms Regional Park
In honor of Earth Day, let's show Mother Earth some pampering. Sonoma Creek, which provides critical wildlife habitat and an important wildlife corridor, runs right through Maxwell and Larson parks. Help us preserve the value of this riparian habitat for fish and other resident and migrating wildlife by removing litter and other debris. 


Wonderful Wildflowers and Pretty Pollinators

Crane Creek Regional Park
Explore the wondrous wildflowers at Crane Creek Regional Park! Learn about the amazing adaptations of flowers, the role of pollinators such as beetles, bees and butterflies, and the interdependence of both.


Love Your Mother—Clean your Creek

Larson Park
This event is full.

In honor of Earth Day, let's show Mother Earth some pampering. Sonoma Creek, which provides critical wildlife habitat and an important wildlife corridor, runs right through Maxwell and Larson parks. Help us preserve the value of this riparian habitat for fish and other resident and migrating wildlife by removing litter and other debris. 


Love Your Mother—Clean your Creek

Maxwell Farms Regional Park
This event is full.

In honor of Earth Day, let's show Mother Earth some pampering. Sonoma Creek, which provides critical wildlife habitat and an important wildlife corridor, runs right through Maxwell and Larson parks. Help us preserve the value of this riparian habitat for fish and other resident and migrating wildlife by removing litter and other debris. 


Meet Watson School

Running Fence—Watson School Historic Park
Take a journey into the past as we explore local western Sonoma County history. In this quick 30-minute open house especially designed for household groups, you'll hear stories of life in Sonoma County during the beginning of California’s statehood and have an opportunity to explore the interior of our state's longest running one-room school house. 


Mark West Preview Day

Mark West Creek Regional Park and Open Space Preserve
This event is full.
Enjoy the rugged beauty of nearly 1,200 acres acquired by Sonoma County Ag + Open Space, and recently transferred to Regional Parks for a future park. 


Full Moon Paddle

Spring Lake Regional Park
This event is full.
Have you ever dreamed of paddling by the light of the moon? Come join us and experience the full moon rising over the eastern hills and reflected on the waters of Spring Lake.


Facebook Live: City Nature Challenge Kicks Off!

We're live! Join us Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. and once a month at 2 p.m. in Spanish for fun, short science spiels as we share a little about who and what make our parks home. Tune in, start a watch party, and have fun learning about our awesome parks. Every session will include a live Q & A about what we share.


Thank You Very Mulch!

Ragle Ranch Regional Park
The life of a tree in a busy park is no walk in the park! Soil compacted by feet and tires don't allow for the effective transport of water and oxygen, and may even become too hard for roots to properly grow. Fortunately, that is why nature invented mulch. 

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