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Tolay Lake Regional Park Paint/Sculpt-Out
Saturday, May 13 at 10:00 am - 2:00 pmFree
The San Francisco Chapter is hosting a paint/sculpt-out at beautiful Tolay Lake in Sonoma. All other chapters are welcome, too.
Bring a lunch & drink. Critique session will follow after the event.
Both Paul Kratter & Rebecca Arguello will be on location with coffee & bagels.
Tolay Lake Regional Park
Tolay Lake Regional Park is approximately 8 miles southeast of downtown Petaluma. At 3,400 acres, Tolay Lake is the largest of Sonoma County’s regional parks. It is named for the seasonal lake that forms in the valley between its hillsides.
The park includes Tolay Creek, extensive grasslands, and open ridges with views of San Pablo Bay, the San Francisco skyline, and Bay Area peaks.
The park offers trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. It also provides habitat for a variety of wildlife, especially golden eagles, burrowing owls, and other birds of prey.
Date & Time: Saturday, May 13 10am – 2pm.
Parking: Free parking
R.S.V.P: Click HERE to RSVP