Hardcore Natural History

The Museum hosts many exciting speakers at the Museum.

Upcoming Lectures

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Join us as we learn about how wildlife tracking technology is changing the way we are able to see life beneath the ocean’s surface. We will discuss what we have learned, the species we are studying and how new tagging technology will contribute to our knowledge of the ocean and its inhabitants. This conversation will feature distinguished researchers: Dan Costa, Sal Jorgensen, and Danuta Wisniewska. 

February 22nd at 6:30
$10 for non-members. $5 for members. $15 at the door. 


Gravitational Waves presented by Science Time

Science Time with Alex Berg comes to the Museum. Science Time is funny, informative, and will probably be laughably incorrect 100 years from now. In this installment, you'll hear all about gravitational waves. Alex, a regular at Upright Citizen's Brigade in Los Angeles, will also interview a real-life scientist, and you'll get some snippets of recent science news as well.

March 24th at 7:30-9p
$10: Non-member online, $5: member online, $15: at the door. 


From Chatauqua to Steinbeck

Details coming soon.

May 11th at 6:30-8p
$10: Non-member online, $5: member online, $15: at the door.