Hosting an event? Submit it here.

Sugarloaf Perspectives

A storytelling series. On 8/20, we welcome Desi Harp of the Onasáti tribe to regale us with song and the history of creation. $20. Meet at the amphitheater. Parking fees apply.

Introduction to Nature Journaling

Nature journaling helps you enjoy the natural world in a whole new way. There are no rules, but you’ll learn some tips to get you started. NO art “ability” necessary! $15 plus parking. Meet at ...

Lexicon of Sustainability

Douglas Gayeton and Laura Howard-Gayeton discuss three short films from the Lexicon of Sustainability web series

ParkRx: Forest Therapy Walk

Have you heard about Shinrin-yoku or Forest bathing? Here is an opportunity to take a walk and experience the practice for yourself. $20 or free with a July 2022 or newer ParkRx. Meet at the ...

Sugarloaf Fire: Devastation, Recovery, Renewal

Almost 2 years after the Glass fire, signs of the fire are masked by vibrant recovery and renewal. On this hike with Certified California Naturalist John Lynch, we will explore these remarkable changes. $15 plus ...

Family Hike

Join our Docents on this free family hike that is good for all ages where you will learn about Sugarloaf Park, its plants, animals, and history. No RSVP needed. Meet outside the Visitor Center. Parking ...

The Gala

Broadway, as you always loved it!

ParkRx – Beginning Hiking for Fitness Series

Join us for an 8-week Beginner Hiking for Fitness Program where the leaders will guide you on a series of weekly hikes with the challenge increasing each week.

Architectural Walking Tour of Petaluma’s Agricultural History - Past & Present

Join historian Katherine J. Rinehart as she leads a tour highlighting sites associated with Petaluma's agricultural history located within the downtown SMART rail station area.