CUPERTINO Ohlone Day October 1, 2016, Noon-3 p.m.
Deer Hollow Farm in Rancho San Antonio County Park
fodhf.org OR deerhollowfarmfriends.org
$7 admission, under age 1 free
Tour a replica Native American Ohlone Village and learn about the
Ohlones who lived in the Bay Area for thousands of years.
Fire Starting Face Painting
Flint Knapping Hoop & Spear Game
Tool Making Acorn Grinding
Sweathouse Rope Making
Archery Shell Drilling
Enjoy hands-on activities and demonstrations of Ohlone daily life. A special event at a replica Ohlone Village near Cupertino teaches kids and adults the basics such as rope making, flint knapping, acorn grinding and even fire starting using just what nature provides.
Hands-on activities and games in a replica Ohlone Village feature the new expanded sweat house. This living history festival features games and demonstrations and much more. All proceeds benefit the Farm.
Deer Hollow Farm is one of the last working homestead farms in California. Located in the Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve in the hills above Los Altos, a unique community partnership supports the Farm. It is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., except Wednesday afternoon when it is closed from 1-4 p.m.