FOOD FOREST GARDEN TOUR
The Annual Benicia & Vallejo Demonstration Food Forest Garden Tour is Saturday, April 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Register for a private 30-minute self-guided tour of one of the gardens with your household bubble. Food Forest Keepers (the garden caretaker) will be on hand to talk about the features of their garden. COVID precautions include requiring masks, restricting visits to your family bubble’s registered time and maintaining a distance of at least 6 feet.
Get the links to register here: sustainablesolano.org/event/save-the-date-annual-demonstration-food-forest-garden-tour/
Tour blog: sustainablesolano.org/get-back-in-the-garden-2021-garden-tour-reimagined/
TOURO’s RESEARCH DAY
Touro University California (TUC) will hold its 21st annual Research Day, April 21, 1 to 5:30 p.m., showcasing the recent research contributions of faculty and students in science, clinical practice, education and public health. The year’s Research Day will focus on Community Engaged Research. For the first time, this event will be fully remote and open to healthcare and education professionals from all over the country. Keynote speaker Dr. Andrew Tompkins, the Director of the Division of Substance Abuse and Addiction Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.
Register online at research.tu.edu/researchday/.
The Solano County Genealogical Society is having a Special 40th Anniversary bonus event.
7th Generation Californian Cecelia Pena along with Tarahumara and Chiricahua Apache Armando Perez will present “Storytelling is in our Blood.” The Pena Adobe Historical Society docents will share their family histories and paths to the Pena Adobe. The California historical landmark #534 is located in what is now Pena Adobe Park in Lagoon Valley in Vacaville. It was built in 1842 by pioneer Juan Felipe Pena, on of Solano County’s first settlers.
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