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If I could be all of these places doing all of these things, I would! This calendar is meant to act as a community resource for opportunties to get outside and to learn more about the natural world around us. Make sure to follow the links in the events to get all the up to date details and to register! If you have an event for the calendar, email me at catibugg8@gmail.com.

Community Calendar

If I could be all of these places doing all of these things, I would! This calendar is meant to act as a community resource for opportunties to get outside and to learn more about the natural world around us. Make sure to follow the links in the events to get all the up to date details and to register!

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If you have an event for the calendar, email me at catibugg8@gmail.com.

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Pond Farm Docent-led Tour

  • Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods office/Volunteer Center 17000 Armstrong Woods Road Guerneville, CA, 95446 United States (map)

Take a docent-led tour of Pond Farm Pottery and learn about the history of this significant cultural site that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn about the dreams and challenges of the Herr Family and Marguerite Wildenhain, the first woman master potter to graduate from the Bauhaus. Pond Farm was Marguerite's home, school and studio for over 30 years and she taught hundreds of her students in the traditions of the Bauhaus. 

Please arrive promptly at 9:30 am.

The tour begins at the Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods office/Volunteer Center which is located to the right beyond the picnic area in Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve. After a brief presentation, participants will carpool up the hill to Pond Farm Pottery, which is located in Austin Creek State Recreation Area, about 1 mile away. 

Cost is $20 per person or $16 for members of Stewards. Reservations are required and non-refundable with less than 48 hours notice.

Earlier Event: February 16
Marine Mammal Seminar
Later Event: February 18
Family Hike