Walkers take advantage of the spring-like weather at Sycamore Grove Park in Livermore. (Jim Stevens/Staff File)
Walkers take advantage of the spring-like weather at Sycamore Grove Park in Livermore. (Jim Stevens/Staff File)

LIVERMORE -- Learn about the Ohlone people and the allure of lowland wildflowers at two ranger programs at Sycamore Grove Park.

Those attending "The Way of the Ohlone" on April 6 at 10 a.m. will get a glimpse into the lives of the area's original inhabitants, with a walk to view plants and animals and a look at baskets and tools. The group will meet at the park entrance, 5211 Arroyo Rd.

On April 7 at 1 p.m., there will be a slow-paced, one-mile wildflower hike through the park's flatlands with plenty of flora to be found. Meet at the Nature Area entrance.

The programs are offered by the Livermore Area Recreation and Parks District. There is a $5 per vehicle parking fee, and a $2 donation is requested to help support the programs.

For more information, call 925-960-2400.

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