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  1. Calendar Overlay Lafayette Open Space (3)

Lafayette Open Space

  1. Open Space Advisory Committee Regular Meeting

    October 2, 6:00 PM @ City Hall

    Regular meeting of the Lafayette Open Space Advisory Committee

  2. "Stories of the Land" Outdoor Classroom

    October 5, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM @ Outdoor Classroom

    Come to the Outdoor Classroom at Rothman Open Space and listen to Stories of the Land on Sunday, October 5th at 1:30pm. This will be an outdoor storytelling celebration for families. Enjoy stirring tales of Earth, nature and human/animal interaction told by raconteurs in the great outdoors. This FREE activity for adults and children alike is brought to you by Lafayette Open Space and Spellbinders, a national organization that fosters learning and community bonds through storytelling. Outdoor Classroom Amphitheater is located just north of Pioneer Elementary in Open Space. Parking available at Bob Berger Recreation Center and/or City Park located at 111 W. Baseline Rd. Event is co-sponsored by: Lafayette Open Space, Spellbinders and the Parent Engagement Network. For more information, please contact Martin Ogle: martin@entrepreneurialearth.com

  3. Open Space Day

    October 11, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Coal Creek Corridor Open Space

    Open Space Day, a day to appreciate, protect and enjoy Open Space properties is to be celebrated in Lafayette. With 1,300 acres acquired since the Open Space program’s inception in 1992, Open Space Day volunteers have a hands-on opportunity to understand the importance of and the variety within Lafayette’s progressive program. This year we'll be engaging with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers to re-plant some of the native vegetation lost in the 2013 flood. Please join us in restoring Coal Creek to its natural splendor.