Acorn Day is a free, family-friendly day under the oaks at O’Neill Regional Park, full of activities for every age.
Families can enjoy free crafts for kids, a live butterfly enclosure, g active games, face painting, live music and introductory ukulele lessons, nature and animal exhibits, a very special storytelling session with painting on water, and acorn and oak tree planting.
Guided nature hikes to the Water Tower are offered at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Presentations include The Hummingbird Nest Story, a book signing with the author of "How to draw 60 Native CA Plants and Animals, a field guide" and a live butterfly release at 1:30 p.m. by Western Monarch Guardian.
Additional participants include outdoor groups from throughout Orange County including The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo, The Institute for Wildlife Studies, Orange County Fire Watch, Friends of the Dana Point Headlands, The Saddleback Area Historical Society, Saddleback Canyon Riders, Southwestern Field Herping Associates, The Helena Modjeska Foundation and more.
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