Explore the past, invisible present, and future of the Napa River. Starting at River Park, we’ll walk and chalk the 1876 river bank’s location, swim with Spencer the endangered, seven foot long sturgeon, and see the future of the water through the eyes (and feet!) of shorebirds. Finally, get to know your watershed neighborhood as it tumbles down the fountain pools, flowing with life just for the day.
Family Friendly, easy one-mile, interactive walk from River Park to the plaza between Vallejo City Hall and the JKF Library; Saturday September 9, 2017; 2:00 to 3:30 pm.
- Sidewalk printing Options: Chalk spreader fish, Stamped fish, Fish print fish
- Journal stamping at stations, fish print cover
- Photo geocaching
- American Canyon location
- Image transfer like Jeanne Lorenz from Solano College
- Each station gives particular flora or fauna stamp/print that they can color in like a coloring book
- Tie-in birds related to fish, piscivorous, and osprey story related to changing landscape
- Sea level rise: fish line past, present, future
- Mosaic tile fish