SPRING 2017

Airbnb Tidepooling Experience

MarinGreenPlay is proud to be an Airbnb Experience Host!  Now offering tidepooling experiences for adults and families through Airbnb's brand new Experience Program.  More information here:  
http://bit.ly/2mDyGHC

Family Nature Clubs - Forming Now!

Many of our camper parents tell us that they wish they could have the Marin GreenPlay Camp experience.  Would you like to get your family out into Marin County's beautiful green places at least once per month?  We are forming Family Nature Clubs that will enable your family to enjoy a planned hike with a skilled naturalist with other families. 

Three hikes in March, April & May 2017 of between 90 minutes and three hours including activities and games to connect you and your children with nature and with each other.  $250/family (of up to two adults and four children).  Email us at info@maringreenplay.com to be added to the list.


Native Plant Day at Samuel P. Taylor State Park, Saturday, April 22, 2017, 10AM-2PM
Sponsored by California State Parks, Marin GreenPlay, California Native Plant Society, Marin Chapter & SPAWN (Salmon Protection and Watershed Network)

Please bring a picnic lunch and join us to celebrate Native Plant Week for a hike with CNPS experts, creek walk by SPAWN naturalists, and games and activities for the kids by Marin GreenPlay guides.  Free event for all ages.

Meet at the Group Picnic Area - 8889 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Lagunitas, CA  94938 - and bring a picnic lunch and water!  
For more information and to RSVP, email Charlotte Torgovitsky at torgovitsky@comcast.net

 

FALL 2016

Buckeyes for Butterflies Event:  Saturday, November 5, 2016, 10AM-2PM at the SPAWN Native Plant Nursery
Sponsored by Marin GreenPlay, California Native Plant Society, Marin Chapter & SPAWN (Salmon Protection and Watershed Network)

Please join us for a hands-on opportunity for families to become familiar with California's largest seed and learn how to grow it into a tree that supports our local ecosystems.  Activities will include an educational talk by Charlotte Torgovitsky of CNPS about the role the native California Buckeye tree plays in the streamside ecosystem, nature hike and harvesting buckeye seeds from the Lagunitas Creek watershed, and then potting them in the SPAWN Native Plant Nursery for later use in native plant restoration projects.  Kids can play a special game involving these seeds, and all attendees can take home a potted seed for planting in your home garden.

Meet at the SPAWN Native Plant Nursery - 9255 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Lagunitas, CA  94938 (map) - and bring a lunch and water!  
For more information and to RSVP email, Audrey Fusco at audrey@tirn.net