Willard Libby Park

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Willard Libby Park (Libby Park) is a neighborhood park, located at 7985 Valentine Avenue adjacent to Brookhaven School on the western side of Sebastopol. It was built in the mid-1970s and contains the Garzot Community Building, a playground, a pond, two baseball fields, tennis courts, a small rock climbing wall, a bocce ball court, a gazebo, picnic areas, and lawns. Several local schools frequent Libby Park for field trips.

 

Slow Cat's Treasure Hunt at Libby Park

 

To celebrate the official launch of the recently updated Libby Park Playground, the City of Sebastopol Invites you to participate in a super fun event, Slow Cat’s Treasure Hunt!
 
Slow Cat’s Treasure Hunt runs through April 29, 2021. Children up to the age of 16 years old are invited to look for Slow Cat stickers placed throughout Libby Park and mark sticker locations on a map. Participants are not to remove stickers or attempt to remove stickers.

Download a map here or pick one up from the Little Free Library box at the playground or the City Hall breezeway. Take your map through Libby Park and hunt for these Slow Cat stickers hidden around the park. A parent/guardian needs to fill out the waiver form on the reverse of the map and completed forms can be mailed in to City Hall at 7120 Bodega Ave., Sebastopol, CA 95472 or dropped off through the mail slot at City Hall. Entries must be received by April 30, 2021.
 
A drawing will be held from the entrants in each age group. The age groups are 5 and under, 6-9, and 10 and up. Winners in each age group will be announced in the media and will receive a prize: a trophy donated by Patrick Amiot. Winners will be notified May 5, 2021. Trophies will be distributed at the end of May.
 
QUESTIONS? outreach@cityofsebastopol.org or (707) 823-1153