August 6, 2022 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd
Kenwood, CA 95452

Storytelling is humanity’s oldest artform, likely originating before the cave paintings of the Stone Age. This summer we introduce “Sugarloaf Perspectives”, a storytelling series that brings new voices and people to the park while teaching about the natural environment. Every other Saturday, instead of our regular family campfire, we will have a Perspective.

On 6/25, world-renowned multi-disciplinary artist Bernie Krause will present how sound became his life-long pursuit, and how it applies to conservation.
On 7/23, Megan Walla-Murphy re-introduces bear culture to Sonoma County.
CANCELED: On 8/6, we’ll learn about the secret lives of Alma and Arsel, leaders of the Senderos Naturales program.
On 8/20, we welcome Desi Harp, a member of the Onasáti tribe (mistakenly called “guapo” by the Spanish and “wappo” by Anglo-American settlers) to regale us with song, dance, and the story of creation.
On 9/3 Sonoma Ecology Center’s Educator, Jonny Ehlers will tell family-friendly campfire stories at the Sugarloaf Amphitheater.
CANCELED: 9/10 Sonoma Ecology Center’s Executive Director, Richard Dale and Park Manager, John Roney, celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Team Sugarloaf by sharing how this partnership between non-profits, community, and government led to today’s operation of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. Meet at the Group Camp next to the Robert Ferguson Observatory.

Tickets are $20. We invite you to show up earlier than 7:00 pm for a self-guided nature walk or picnic prior to the event. Parking fees apply.