This space is provided for intergenerational LGBTQ2IA+ people to come together, explore the natural world and themselves. Build relationships of support and encouragement, with a focus on physical, emotional and mental wellness. Through exploration of the land, there will be moments to reflect, with the opportunity to express revelations, feelings and connection to both the land, self and each other as a community of support.
Tolay is the county's largest regional park offering exploration of open grasslands and seasonal wetlands. Activities may include hikes/walks, crafts, games, guided meditation and nature education. For more information, contact Mich Swannucci at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration required.
Please bring your own water and snacks. We recommend participants dress in layers and bring a hat and sunscreen. Most programs will happen rain or shine, but may be canceled during heavy rains, heavy smoke, or extreme temperatures. Accommodations will be made for visitors with disabilities upon advance request. Parking is $7 or free with a Regional Parks membership.
Interests & Categories:
Good For Everyone
Distance: 1 to 2.5 Miles
Elevation Change: 0 to 200 Feet