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This event ended April 26, 2012
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Cal Academy Nightlife
Nightlife
Dirty, Earthy NightLife
Where
The Cal Academy of Sciences
Neighborhood
Golden Gate Park
When
Thu, Apr 26
Price
$12

Get your hands dirty this Earth Day with a NightLife devoted to compost, urban farming, recycled art, and getting in sync with nature. Experience a “dirt tasting” with artist Laura Parker, attend a “Worm Composting 101” workshop, and contemplate starting your own urban garden with the experts at Garden for the Environment. Catch a screening of KQED’s “Edible Insects” and consider joining the wave of gourmands getting their protein from delicacies like roasted mealworms and sautéed bee larvae.

Prepare Yourself

"Show up early to get planetarium tickets."

Mark Phanitsiri
Nearby and Noteworthy

"Microbrewery called "Social" on 9th and Irving or wine bar at 7th and Irving called "Inner Fog" are great places to grab a drink before or after."

Abbas Kothari

Award-winning conservation photographer Ian Shive returns to NightLife to showcase his stunning photos of the natural landscapes we’ve become detached from in this digital age, including a short multimedia film, Healing Waters, that profiles his latest photo expedition through India. Join SCRAP to create your own masterpiece from recycled and reused items, and catch special showings of Fragile Planet in the planetarium. Music by DJ Aaron Pope (a.k.a. the Academy’s green guru).

55 Music Concourse Dr, Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 379-8000
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