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Shark Week 2019

July 28 - August 4

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Join us for Shark Week 2019 on July 28 – August 4!

Did you know that sharks have a sixth sense? There are many different kinds of sharks that call the Santa Monica Bay home and, we love them all.

Learn all about these unique and critically important marine animals through shark artifact displays, shark-themed films, fun crafts and more!

Feast on fascinating shark facts and learn more about these often misunderstood creatures as they chow down on their favorite meal during live shark feeding presentations.*

 

*Shark feedings are on Sunday, Tuesday and Friday at 3:30PM

 


 

HEAL THE BAY AQUARIUM SHARK WEEK SCHEDULE:

Sunday, July 28: Shark Week Kickoff! We’ll host our weekly Shark Feeding Presentation at 3:30pm. Special Guest Jax Malcolm (@thejaxmalcolm) will co-host our Shark Feeding. Oceana will also do a presentation and have a postcard coloring activity in support of the Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act from 1pm-3pm

Monday, July 29: Shark artifact displays, shark-themed films, and crafts

Tuesday, July 30: Shark artifact displays, shark-themed films, crafts and our regular Feeding Day Program (2:30pm Sea Star Feeding) with a shark feeding presentation (at 3:30pm)

Wednesday, July 31: Shark artifact displays, shark-themed films, crafts and Sand Crab Community Science at 3pm

Thursday, August 1: Shark artifact displays, shark-themed films, crafts and MicroSafari all afternoon

Friday, August 2: Shark artifact displays, shark-themed films, crafts and our regular Feeding Day Program (2:30pm Sea Star Feeding) with a special shark feeding presentation (at 3:30pm)

Saturday, August 3: Shark artifact displays, shark-themed films, crafts and shark-themed Saturday Story Time at 2pm. Oceana will also do a presentation and have a postcard coloring activity in support of the Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act from 1pm-3pm

Sunday, August 4: Shark Week Finale We’ll host our weekly Shark Feeding Presentation at 3:30pm and a special visit from the CSULB Shark Lab Shark Shack Team from 12:30pm-3pm

 

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July 28
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August 4
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Heal the Bay Aquarium
1600 Ocean Front Walk
Santa Monica, CA 90401 United States
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