Festivals, Fairs, Picnics & More!
Our energetic and knowledgeable naturalists will make science come alive at your next festival, picnic or fair. Through our presentations, we encourage children and adults to see themselves as part of a larger system of natural life, in which every organism, from cricket to crocodile, plays an important part. Our presentations can be tailored to fit your event and are a unique opportunity to see a host of exotic critters up close!
Our naturalists will introduce children and adults to a variety of our creeping, crawling and slithering co-workers, from tiny Leopard Geckos to 7-foot-long Centralian Pythons. We'll discuss how they've adapted to their natural habitats and examine what role they play in the ecosystem.
Our presentation can be tailored to meet your event's theme and audience. Other topics and curricula are available. If you'd like us to be at your event, please email us at email@example.com.
Upcoming Events Featuring Tree Frog Treks!
Where In The World is Christopher Park Festival
Saturday September 23• 10 AM - 2 PM • 5210 Diamond Heights Blvd. ( FREE parking at Police Academy Lot- 350 Amber Dr.)
Come meet Tree Frog Treks animal ambassadors and enjoy the rest of the FREE fun this Saturday!
COME HELP US CELEBRATE AND RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT OUR BEAUTIFUL, HIDDEN PARK!
The 1st ever, free festival is funded by grants from the SF Parks Alliance and Glen Park Festival, as well as contributions from our festival sponsors and donors. The festival is intended to raise awareness for a beautiful and hidden park, and build community. It will be a blast! - Friends of Christopher Park
For a list of activities and more info visit: https://friendsofchristopherpark.org/
Pop-Up Aquarium at Lake Merritt- with California Center for Natural History
October 11• 12:30 - 1:30 PM • 520 Lakeside Dr, Oakland, CA 94612 Oakland, CA, 94612
Join our friends from the California Center for Natural History as they reveal the secrets of Oakland's Lake Merritt
"Come see all of the wonderful critters that call the waters of Lake Merritt home. During the summer months Oakland's jewel blooms with all sorts of exciting marine organisms ranging from Bat Rays to Shrimp! The Pop-Up Aquarium is being done at the lunch hour to coincide with a lunch break at the State of Estuary Conference at the Scottish Rite in Oakland.
A table full of trays displaying organisms pulled from that waters that day will be the main attraction, so bring you camera and be prepared to be amazed by the organisms sharing downtown with all the people.
The table will be set up on the north side of Lake Chalet." - CCNH
For more information visit: https://calnature.org/events/2017/10/11/pop-up-aquarium-lake-merritt
Cal Academy of Sciences Supernatural Halloween
October 28 • 6:30 - 9:00 PM • California Academy of Sciences
Tree Frog Treks presentations: First Show: 6:00 PM- 6:30 PM Second Show: 7:30 PM- 8:00 PM
Grab your favorite Halloween costume and have yourself a ghoulishly good time as you trick or treat your way through the Academy at night among spooktacular animals and spine-tingling specimens!
Come enjoy: Trick-or-treating, Dancing, Face painting, Magic shows, Scientists and specimens, Live animal shows, Giant pumpkin carving, Crafts, and Food and drink!
$50 for adults ($45 Academy Members)
$35 for children ($30 Academy Members)
For more information visit: http://calacademy.org/Halloween
Bay Area Science Festival- Discovery Day at AT&T Park
November 11 • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM • AT&T Park
The 7th annual Discovery Day at AT&T park is Saturday 11/11/17. There will be hundreds of hands-on activities, opportunities to meet local scientists and engineers, and plenty of fun and educational entertainment. The entire ballpark is packed to the rafters with science content: on the field, at every entry/exit, and every level of the ballpark. Get ready to unleash your inner scientist.
Admission is FREE!
Find more information here: http://www.bayareascience.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/BASF-2017-Flyer.pdf
Connect with the Bay Area Science Festival on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bayareascience