Chino Hills State Park Interpretive Association Providing interpretive programs for the public

Past Events

The Interpretive Association works to offer events that bring an enlightened understanding of the Park, its resources, and benefits of open space.  View photos from our past events below.

Whoo Whoo is in Your Neighborhood?
Pete DeSimone presented fun and lively stories about owls. (October 2011)
 Open House

Visitors stopped by the Discovery Center to get information on the Park. (October 2011)
Wildfire Awareness Fair

The Wildfire Awareness Fair provided great information on protecting your life and property from the dangers of wildland fires. (May 2011)
 Earth Day 2011

Earth Day 2011 was held at the Discovery Center and brought new landscape materials to the parking lot. (April 2011)
Creatures of the Night

Alissa Ing provided important information on the creatures that thrive in a nighttime setting using adaptations like silent flight. (July 2010)
Earth Day 2010

Earth Day 2010 restored areas of the Park still affected by the damaging fire in 2008 including creating seed balls. (April 2010)
 Earth Day 2009

Earth Day 2009 focused on the areas most affected by the 2008 Freeway Complex Fire including fence repair and native plantings. (April 2009)
Coyotes: Friend or Foe?

John Mitchell gave impressive information on coyotes, their behavior and adaptations and how to limit contact with humans. (March 2008)
Meet the Meteors
Visitors learned all about the Leonid Meteor Showers from astronomer David Kary. (November 2008)
Nature’s Notes

Evelyn Brown provided excellent details on the types of birds found in the Park. (March 2007)
Meet the Moon
Our first camp out event brought over 200 people to learn from astronomer David Kary about the moon. (July 2007)

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