Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon 
Indian Summer

Join us for this free event full of activities and tours day at Tule Ponds at  Tyson Lagoon
to search for native animals and plants in our local area. 

at Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Time: 11:00am to 5:00pm
1999 Walnut Ave, behind Fremont BART Station

Free Family activities (self guided)
 just come between the hours of 11-4
(takes at least 1 hour)
the activities should take about 1-2 hours. 
(register below to get a reminder, directions, and just check in when you arrive)
Eventbrite - October 27, 2012  Indian Summer  11 am - 4 pm

  This term refers to summer like weather in the autumn, which is typical for the Tri-City area.  The Ohlone Indians lived in this area and would spend the autumn collecting seeds to make a food that would help them eat during the winter. Learn the types of seeds, how they grow, and different parts.
 Take a walk around Tule Ponds and look for seeds and try to identify the plant that they came from. 
 Earn points and prizes.

Don't have children, but want to have a tour of the facility.  Ideal for adults (with older children) who might want to learn the ecology behind the area.  Pick up  a brochure in the visitor area.
Funding provided by 
Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
and the Math Science Nucleus