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Earth Day on the Bay 2017

April 22, 2017
10:00 am
Marine Science Institute

The Marine Science Institute is honoring Planet Earth with our "Earth Day on the Bay!" event on Saturday, April 22, 2017, 10 am - 5 pm. Our all-day event is meant to provide fun, safe, and special memories for the whole family that will foster and grow cherished connections between your family and the San Francisco Bay. We've made sure to bundle as much wonder, fun, and knowledge into a single day as possible! Don't miss this unique opportunity to see our beautiful bay and many of the animals that call it home! MSI's exclusive combination of music, mud, and sea creatures makes Earth Day an enjoyably edutaining time for all! Admission is free! * Participate in on-site collection events using REAL scientific equipment (fishing, mud grabs, plankton tows) * Morning Welcome Hula Dances performed by the Keolalaulani Halau Olapa O Laka * Touch Live Sharks, Sea Stars, Crabs, Flounder, Anemones, and More! * 2-hr Discovery Voyages aboard our 90' research vessel -book in advance at - $20 single admission for ship voyage (must be 5yo, all children must be supervised) * Ocean Critters Arts & Crafts * Local Business and Environmental Organizations Environmental fair with hands on activities for visitors * Live lunch time entertainment courtesy of the marvelous Hipwaders! * Flamin Dogs BBQ on site for great meals to feed the entire family! * MUD! Location: Marine Science Institute 500 Discovery Parkway Redwood City, CA 94063 Please check our web site for directions and more information: The Marine Science Institute provides engaging and interactive hands-on adventures with San Francisco Bay Area marine life. Led by a team of expert marine science educators, these experiences impact students of all ages, inspiring respect and stewardship for the marine environment.\r\n\r\nPresented by Marine Science Institute


Marine Science Institute

500 Discovery Pkwy, Redwood City, CA 94063, USA
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