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"Sunlight, natural elements, and open air, contributes to bone development, stronger immune systems, cognitive development, and higher levels of attention and well-being"

Bento and Gias, 2017

Yellow Flowers

  Acorn Adventures 

Joaquin Miller Park

Saturday Series, 10 am -12 pm

Ages 1.5 - 4.5

Spring/Summer 2024: Dates TBD

 At Acorn Adventures we create the time and space for building lifelong nature connections, meeting new friends and developing new skills, amid the healing and rejuvenating properties of the forest. 


Join us in making time for this sacred childhood experience. Groups include stories, snacks, swings, nature play and exploration. 


Group is limited to 12 children + caregiver  

Take a moment to consider your family's "nature connection" with this free nature connection reflection. No wrong answers, simply a few minutes to pause and reflect : ) 

Forest Friends

Joaquin Miller Park

Ages 5-8

 2024 Dates Coming Soon

 Forest Friends is an inclusive nature playgroup designed to foster nature connection, social emotional development and self-regulation skills, through open ended play and facilitated games and activities.

Group is limited to 6 children  

Kids Playing Tug of War

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"If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement, and mystery of the world we live in."  ~Rachel Carson

Live Oak Kids is part of the Children and Nature Network 

LOKi acknowledges that we gather on the traditional and contemporary lands of the Lisjan Ohlone and other Indigenous peoples. For thousands of years, hundreds of generations, the Lisjan Ohlone people have lived on the land that is now known as the East Bay in the San Francisco Bay Area. "We did not own the land, we belonged to it."  


To learn more please visit Sogorea Te' Land Trust


If you live, work, learn on or prosper from Ohlone territory please pay your Shuumi Land Tax here



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