From The San Jose Mercury News coverage of Ohlone Day:
The festival offers visitors of all ages a chance to spend an afternoon in the farm’s Ohlone Village, normally closed to the public. Children will get the chance to step into the daily lives of the original Bay Area inhabitants, the Ohlone, who lived in the region for thousands of years. The replica underground sweat house and Tule shade and sleeping structures will be open, and trained docents will provide short talks on how the Ohlone lived 100 years ago.
From the parking lot, it is an easy and flat ~1-mile path through the park to the Farm.
It’s paved, so strollers and bicycles are very welcome!
GPS address: 22500 Cristo Rey Drive, Cupertino, California.
All proceeds go towards Farm operations.