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Sculpture tours at Djerassi facility

The Djerassi Resident Artists Program's annual sculpture tours will again be available to the public from April through November.

The walking tours of the 583-acre facility in Woodside include a selection of the 117 sculptures created on the property by resident artists.

There will be six director's tours ($50 per person) led by executive director Margot H. Knight and 12 two-mile tours (free of charge). The tours begin at 10 a.m. Advance reservations are required.

A sunset hike director's tour will be held Thursday, June 19. Tickets will be $60. The hike will end with a viewing of the sunset from the Artists' Barn with wine and cheese.

Go to djerassi.org for more information. Reservations must be made online.

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