Aquarium Events | Upcoming

October 2018

Links to Yoga at the Aquarium
October 16, 2018 7:45 AM—8:45 AM

Yoga at the Aquarium

Come experience the serenity of the Aquarium before it opens to the public with yoga in front of our three-story tall Honda Blue Cavern Habitat.

Links to Sea Change Needed in Managing the Ocean and the Planet
October 16, 2018 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

Sea Change Needed in Managing the Ocean and the Planet

Greg H. Rau

Dr. Greg Rau will discuss the unprecedented nature and magnitude of the stresses the ocean now faces, some new approaches to avoiding or lessening the impacts, and the need for policies that support the emergence, evaluation, and development of new marine and planetary management strategies.

Links to Aquatic Academy Fall 2018
October 17, 2018 7:00 PM—9:30 PM

Aquatic Academy Fall 2018

How will we feed an additional 2-2.5 billion people by 2100?

A new evening course at the Aquarium this fall will examine how we can feed an additional 2-2.5 billion people by 2100 and reduce our human impact on the environment.

Links to Sea Fare
October 20, 2018 7:00 PM—11:00 PM

Sea Fare

Join us on a culinary journey benefiting the Aquarium of the Pacific at our fifteenth annual Sea Fare fundraiser.

Thank you for joining us on a culinary journey at our Sea Fare Fundraiser. We hope to see you next year on October 20, 2018 for our 15th annual Sea Fare!

Links to Yoga at the Aquarium
October 23, 2018 7:45 AM—8:45 AM

Yoga at the Aquarium

Come experience the serenity of the Aquarium before it opens to the public with yoga in front of our three-story tall Honda Blue Cavern Habitat.

November 2018

Links to  Reinventing the Devil Fish in Mexico
November 1, 2018 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

Reinventing the Devil Fish in Mexico

Mike Mitchell

Mitchell, co-founder and CEO of Acarí Fish, will tell the story of how he worked to change public perception of the devil fish and describe the work he does now to help Mexican fishing cooperatives launch their own small-scale production facilities.

Links to  The Butterflies of Iguazú Falls, Argentina
November 6, 2018 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

The Butterflies of Iguazú Falls, Argentina

William Cooper

William Cooper has studied the butterflies of Iguazú Falls, Argentina, for several years. In this lecture he will share his photos and recount his experiences visiting the falls.

Links to Aquatic Academy Fall 2018
November 7, 2018 7:00 PM—9:30 PM

Aquatic Academy Fall 2018

How will we feed an additional 2-2.5 billion people by 2100?

A new evening course at the Aquarium this fall will examine how we can feed an additional 2-2.5 billion people by 2100 and reduce our human impact on the environment.

Links to Aquaculture Innovations: Doing More With Less
November 13, 2018 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

Aquaculture Innovations: Doing More With Less

Scott Nichols

Nichols will discuss innovations and share photographs and recipes demonstrating why seafood should be at the center of our diets.

Links to Aquatic Academy Fall 2018
November 14, 2018 7:00 PM—9:30 PM

Aquatic Academy Fall 2018

How will we feed an additional 2-2.5 billion people by 2100?

A new evening course at the Aquarium this fall will examine how we can feed an additional 2-2.5 billion people by 2100 and reduce our human impact on the environment.

Links to An Evolutionary and Philosophical Answer to the Climate Change Mystery: Why the Doubt?
November 29, 2018 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

An Evolutionary and Philosophical Answer to the Climate Change Mystery: Why the Doubt?

Dr. Thomas White

Dr. Thomas White will examine climate change skepticism in America through evolutionary and philosophical lenses.

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