March 30, 2019
2780 W Casitas Ave
Los Angeles, CA
Bowtie Storytellers is a two-part nature interpretation program for LA-area youth. Produced by Clockshop in partnership with California State Parks, Bowtie Storytellers aims to develop a new generation of park advocates and stewards who will help shape the future of LA’s urban parks.
In the first phase of the program, students between the ages of 16 and 18 took part in an intensive interpretive training program at the Bowtie, led by Collin O’Mara-Green. This cohort learned plant and wildlife identification skills, and were eligible to become Certified Interpretive Hosts, a designation bestowed by the National Association for Interpretation. Following their certification, this group of six mentored a younger group of Junior Interpreters who will lead this campfire event.
Join us as this group of Junior Interpreters leads us through a series of fireside stories and songs. Picnics are encouraged; s’mores will be provided.
Please note that the Bowtie Project has very limited amenities. Check out our responses to frequently asked questions here.