Announcing our brand-new Maps Class.

Tickets are on sale now,
scholarships are avalable,
and more info can be found on our EventBrite page:

May 4th, 2024
11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Corica Park Golf Course Clubhouse
1 Clubhouse Memorial Road, Alameda, CA 94502
Tickets: $15
-Limited Sponsorships Available-

In this class:

  • You will be introduced to different kinds of maps, from topographical, to transit maps.
  • Learn by doing trip planning exercises using different modes of transportation.

By the end of this class:

  • You will know how to read maps and orient them to your surroundings, using landmarks and approximate (relative) distances.
  • You will be able to navigate from point A to B no matter what mode of transportation you use.

We have a very small number of free tickets and laptops to be loaned out during class. If you want to sponsor someone else’s attendance, please let us know.

Proceeds from ticket sales go toward venue rental, lunch (and refreshments), future programming, and operations.

You can support the Maps Class, and other programs, by donating to the Alameda Native History Project. Since we’re talking about maps, you should check out the Indigenous Bay BART Map in the Merch section of our website.

All donations are tax deductible.

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Special Thanks:

We’d like to thank Greenway Golf, and the Corica Open Space Project, for providing our meeting space at the Corica Park Golf Course Clubhouse.

The Corica Park Open Space Project is devoted to building community by expanding access (for everyone) to the open space Corica Park occupies and sustains, creating opportunities that drive the success of our future leaders, and positively impacting friends, neighbors and community members. We are excited by all of the amazing opportunities presented by this community initiative and cannot wait to participate in, and offer you more activities and events to come!

We’d also like to thank ABM Computers for their donation of computer hardware to the Alameda Native History Project. This equipment will help us ensure that everyone has an opportunity to develop their maps skills through hands-on learning experiences.

We also want to acknowledge that your donations, and the proceeds from the Indigenous Bay BART Map sales have made it possible for us to do this.

Thank you for your continued support, can’t wait to see you at our Maps Class.

For more information on how to obtain a scholarship, or how to sponsor someone, please reach out to us directly at

Alameda Native History Project is fiscally sponsored by The Hack Foundation (d.b.a. Hack Club), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (EIN: 81-2908499)