Supporting Olompali State Historic Park since 1982.
Bring Your Class or Group for a Tour
Olompali volunteer docent led tours are available to school and tour groups on Fridays by reservation. Please contact Diane Einstein at 707-762-9715 or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Help Bring History to Life
Interested in helping maintain the recreated Coast Miwok Village at Olompali? How about putting your gardening skills to work in the Native Plant Garden? Come on out the second Sunday of each month 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to participate. Gardening Tools and Refreshments provided, along with lots of self satisfaction.
Thanks to a a $10,000 donation by The Olompali People, a Dean Witter Foundation Grant and matching funds from California State Parks, Olompali is now open five days a week Wednesdays through Sundays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We will keep you posted on our ongoing efforts to have the park open full-time.
With the State of California unable to fully fund its parks, we're asking for your help. Donations from individual and corporate supporters help us maintain and operate Olompali and make needed capital improvements. To make a tax-deductible donation, click the button below.
28th Annual Olompali Heritage Day May 19th
Olompali Now Open Five Days a Week
Join us at Olompali on Sunday, May 19th for our 28th annual Heritage Day. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free, parking is $8.
There will be complimentary Clover Stornetta ice cream cones. Lunches and beverages will be available for sale.
We're always seeking volunteers, for everything from staffing our Visitors Center to patrolling trails. Click here to learn about all the opportunities--and how you can join our volunteer team.
Donations of any amount are welcome.
Student/Senior membership -- $25.
Family membership -- $50.
Sponsorship --$100 or more.
Heritage Day Schedule
10 a.m. Nature Discover Walk with biologist Clint Kellner
11:30 a.m. Archaeology Walk & Talk with Nick Tipon of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria Sacred Sites Committee and archaeologist George McKale
12:30 p.m. 1960s Commune Project
Presentation by archaeologist Breck Parkman followed by
a preview of "A California Story" with documentary producer Maura McCoy
2 p.m. Chosen Family Commune Remembers with Noelle Olompali Barton
3 p.m. Dry Creek Pomo Dancers at the Coast Miwok Village
3:30 p.m. Silent Auction Closes
Ongoing Activities 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Historic Adobe & Burdell Mansion Tours with Matt Thompson
- Wildcare Wildlife Rescue and Terwilliger Nature Education
- Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue
- Marin County Parks & Open Space
- CA Department of Fish & Wildlife
- California Coastal Commission
- Marin Museum of the American Indian
- Marin Archaeological Preserve of Marin (MAPOM)
- Novato Junior & Senior Horsemen and roping demonstration
- 4-H Club and Their Farm Animals
- Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
- Native Basketry Demonstration and Display with Ed Willie
- Clam Disk Bead Making with Pat Rapp
- Native Plant Garden Walks with the Marin Master Gardeners