Next Week at Cabrillo; 18-26 October

Next week is another activity-filled week at Cabrillo National Monument.

Tomorrow, there’s the Dusty Socks Club walk of the Embarcadero, beginning at 3 PM near The Kiss statue south of the USS Midway and ending at the Maritime Museum of San Diego.

Tuesday morning, enjoy the flora, fauna, and history of the Bayside Trail with one of our volunteers guiding the walk from 10 AM – noon.

Take a step back in time and a step into the basement of the lighthouse on Wednesday, with a living history visit with one of our rangers.BDay 2014

On Thursday, there’s a webinar entitled “Modeling Sea Level Rise Impacts on Storm Surges Along the West Coast.”  Pre-registration is required and space is limited.  Register here.

Friday evening, you can learn all about the state of the Volunteer-in-Park (VIP) program at 6 PM in the Park Auditorium.  Hang around for a stroll under the stars afterwards.

Saturday, Battery E will be staffed by our fantastic living history volunteers for Open Bunker Day from 10 AM – 4 PM.  We’ll also have a presence at Point Loma Nazarene University’s Fall Festival from 10 AM – 2:30 PM.

Take a step back to the 16th century on Sunday and make your own chain mail at the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation’s “Make It & Take It” event from 1-3 PM.  Supplies and instruction are free.

You can learn more about these activities on our Events page.

Finally, we’re already in the planning stages of our Whale Watching Weekend to be held in January, and Ranger Debbie is asking for us to save our cardboard toilet paper tubes and bring them into her.  She’ll use them in a kid’s activity to make homemade binoculars.

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