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WORKSHOP: Streets of Orange County - Yorba Linda

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1888 Center

115 North Orange Street

Orange, California 92866

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Journey with Joel Robinson and special guests on a series of engaging discussions about the streets of Orange County.

Scott Keltic Knot and his co-presenter DJ Petesake describe growing up in Yorba Linda. Through storytelling, music video and photos, they represent their provenance. Get the inside scoop on the remaining wildlife and hiking destinations in "the land of gracious living." See the elaborate water infrastructure that supplies the acres of lawns and golf courses in the city.

Hear Pete relive a harrowing tale of accidental poisoning, resurrecting from the brink of death after eating castor beans. Scott assists in the narration through their brand new music video collaboration: "Ricin Son," shot in Yorba Linda and surrounding communities.




Joel Robinson is a professional naturalist and director of the 12-year-old environmental education charity Naturalist For You based in Orange. A barefoot, bearded educator seeking to empower his community by offering free natural and cultural history activities throughout Southern California, including foraging, birding, tracking, survival skills, storytelling, living history reenactment, habitat restoration consulting, backyard biological surveys.

Scott Keltic Knot grew up in Yorba Linda and other parts of Southern California. He is known for his hard-hitting, fact-filled lyrics and unorthodox music videos. Among the themes he explores are the contradictions of identifying with his ancient Welsh heritage and living in the sun-drenched megalopolis of Orange County. Scott delves deeply into local human as well as natural history in his unique style of Hip Hop story-telling.

DJ Petesake is a Yorba Linda native whose early decision not to own a car has led him to become a true master of the "streets of Orange County", getting around mainly by bicycle and public transit. Together with an insatiable desire to build stuff out of metal, and make rap music that sounds like it should only be available on cassette, he is always challenging and expanding his creative potential.




Please email (heritagefuture.org/contact) as soon as possible with any questions or specific accommodation requests. For more information please visit heritagefuture.org/accessibility.

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