The following events are taking place in our local park in the coming weeks:
Dramatic Nature Series
This series is FREE and combines dramatic art, valuable lessons, and art-making projects—for local Santa Ana youth between the ages of 5-13 in the new outdoor amphitheater at the Santiago Creek Wildlife and Watershed Center at 600 E. Memory Lane. To further enhance the art-going experience for the children and their families who attend, we pair each performance with an art-making workshop inspired by the themes in the dramatic works led by a local artist and arts educator.
The last play in this series is slated for Sat, Aug 20, 2-4pm: THE PARABLE OF THE STIMPLES by Mark E. Rosenthal. The Story is a Dr. Seuss-like tale about a group of “funny-noise-making- people”, the Stimples, who get mistreated because of their differences. Discover that what makes us each different should be embraced and celebrated! From the award-winning book, Cootie Shots: Inoculations against Bigotry. PERFORMED BY the BARRIO ACTORS GUILD (BAG).
Reggae Concert at Santiago Park
City of Santa Ana Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency At Santiago Nature Reserve Center Presents:
Friday Night Fire Series
Date: Friday, September 16, 2011
Location: 600 E. Memory Lane, Santa Ana, 92706
· Join us at the Santiago Park Nature Reserve for our annual summer night series with the new live reggae band “Native Vibes”
· Gather around the amphitheater and campfire for FREE live entertainment.
· Optional Supplies: hot dogs, marshmallows, skewers, blankets, warm clothing, hot beverages, and lawn chairs
· For more information call Santa Ana Park Naturalist Office at
The non-profit group The Bicycle Tree will be holding its annual pancake breakfast in Santiago Park Sat., Sept. 17, 9 a.m.-noon, at the oak grove at 577 E. Memory Lane. For details, visit www.bicycletree.org