Los Serenos

Los Serenos LogoLos Serenos de Point Vicente is a volunteer organization which assists and supports the City of Rancho Palos Verdes' objectives for the Point Vicente Interpretive Center (a museum which features exhibits on the natural and cultural history of the Peninsula), Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, Forrestal Nature Preserve/Ladera Linda Community Center and the Trails at Trump National.  Los Serenos docents and volunteers provide interpretive and educational services to the community regarding the unique features and natural and cultural history of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and adjacent waters by means of docent-led tours, special events, workshops and classes.

In addition to assisting and supporting the City of Rancho Palos Verdes' parks and the Point Vicente Interpretive Center, the members of Los Serenos sponsor additional programs for Peninsula and outreach students.  Los Serenos recently received a grant for our WOW program from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing California. Please click HERE for information on the grant presentation. For a more detailed description of these programs, please click HERE.

Los Serenos also has three programs for our Peninsula students; i.e., the Junior Docent Program, 6th Grade Geology Program and the 4th Grade Natural History Program. For the last two years, the City of Rancho Palos Verdes provided grant funding to these three programs. Los Serenos recently received an additional grant from the Kiwanis of Rolling Hills Estates in support of the 4th Grade Program. Please click HERE for the the grant presentation.

City of Rancho Palos Verdes Logo.Los Serenos also co-sponsors the annual Whale of a Day Celebration with the City of Rancho Palos Verdes. In 2015, the WOAD celebration will be on Saturday, April 4.


Point Vicente LighthouseAugust 23, 2014 (10 am) ~ PVIC/PV Lighthouse/Vicente Bluff Reserve. Join the docents for a tour of the Interpretive Center, the Point Vicent Lighthouse (open only to members of the tour) and a stroll along the Vicente bluff top at Oceanfront Estates. Easy. Bring your lunch, sit at the top of the amphitheater and enjoy the view. Click HERE for a PDF of the LA Times article re this hike!

Beach Clean UpSeptember 20, 2014 (9 am - Noon) ~ Abalone Cove Shoreline Park Coastal Clean Up Day. (Coastal Clean Up Day)  ~ Bring the family to help clean the beach. Gloves and trash bags will be provided. Refreshments served. Wear study shoes. Parking Fee is waived for the event.
(For a current hike calendar, please click HERE.)
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