Cal Academy of Sciences Nightlife: Insect Discovery Lab – 02.04.10

by Eric on February 1, 2010

If you’re in the mood to play with bugs, head on over the California Academy of Sciences this Thursday night for Nightlife:

This installment of NightLife also sees the return of the Insect Discovery Lab, which allows guest to see, feel, and learn about live insect specimens. It is the leading education outreach facility in the San Francisco Bay Area for hands-on learning and the conservation of invertebrates worldwide and has been highlighted on Evening Magazine, Bay TV, and Bay Area Backroads.

Academy entomologists Dave Kavanaugh, Norm Penny, andCharles Griswold join the presentation, showing of specimens of beetles, flies and moths that they have done research on.

The evening’s entertainment will be provided by DJs J-Boogie and Fred Everything.

Nightlife is $12 for adults only ($10 for members), and admission permits entry to the museum as well as the special programming.

The California Academy of Sciences is located at 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.

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