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Wow, are we busy with great programs this fall!! Thank you, Docents, for keeping up with all our many scheduled tours. We can’t do this without you! Here’s the link to our calendars: www.santacruzmuseums.org/docents/ Contact Pete for Neary (x14), Matt … Continue reading
Happy Fall Docents! Thank you for signing up and welcoming our new trainees as they shadow and start leading programs! Programs are picking up! Here’s the link to our calendars: www.santacruzmuseums.org/docents/ Contact Pete (x14) for Neary, Matt (x13) for Sandhills, and … Continue reading
Dear Docents, School tours, hosting and storytime – oh my! Fall is here and we are happy to get into the groove of the school year. We appreciate you using the docent calendar to sign up: www.santacruzmuseums.org/docents/. Our new trainees … Continue reading
We are excited to welcome our new docents to the Museum! Monday’s training had lots of new energy, new faces, and enthusiasm for a new year of connecting people with nature. We are very pleased to hear that most new … Continue reading
Greetings Docents!! We’re so excited to begin the new school year. We already have 53 tours booked. Check the docent calendar and begin signing up for upcoming tours! http://www.santacruzmuseums.org/docents/, call Liz for openings (420-6115 x 10), or stop by the … Continue reading
Please check the docent calendar and sign up for May programs! http://www.santacruzmuseums.org/docents/ The Museum tour schedule is packed this month with our special Art of Nature programs. Experienced docents, if you missed the training and would like to participate in … Continue reading
*Ohlone and Animal tours – Please check the docent calendar and sign up for April programs! http://www.santacruzmuseums.org/docents/ Upcoming trainings Sandhills training –Monday, April 23, 2pm-4pm at Randall Morgan Preserve Our spring field season is approaching (first field trip is May … Continue reading
For those of you who missed the great Docent Enrichment with Mike Merritt on Monday, here are the notes from his presentation. Please use this blog to post comments and create discussion about this wonderful content. I’ll also be posting notes … Continue reading
Happy lucky clovers to you, docents! News Our Bees are Back!- Our volunteer beekeeper Jeff Perez installed a brand new colony of bees in our brand new observation hive. This new hive should make it easier to see the queen … Continue reading