Acorn Festival - Nov 15 & 16

November 15 and 16, 2014, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Fall is a time of harvest and festivities for the people of Southern California. Acorns from the live oak (Quercus agrifolia) were traditionally an important and major food source. Native American dancers, singers, and tribal leaders join us to celebrate our connections with California native plants. There will also be an artisans' marketplace. 

This event is free with Garden admission. Some activities require a small materials fee.

Special offer for teachers! Free admission to the Garden on November 15 and 16. Current teachers who present a valid California I.D and a school ID or copy of a paystub within the last 30 days. This offer is valid for teachers currently teaching grades K through 12 and does not extend to family members or guests. Many of the activities of Acorn Festival are closely aligned with the Native Partners program at RSABG (read more about Native Partners).

 

Acorn Festival 2015

Saturday, November 15 

Marketplace and Crafts

A native arts marketplace, cultural display booths and family crafts make the Acorn Festival a fun event for visitors of all ages.

Live Music 

TBA

Sunday, November 16

Marketplace and Crafts

A native arts marketplace, cultural display booths and family crafts make the Acorn Festival a fun event for visitors of all ages.

Live Music and Dance

Steve Rushingwind