Experiment in the mad scientist laboratory; create colorful Dia de los Muertos crafts and masks. Both days will feature a glow -n -the-dark bioluminescent deep-sea experience. Color your own canvas Trick-orTreat tote donated by EcoFabrik.com. Face painting and spooky story times are scheduled throughout the weekend as well. The weekly Saturday story time at 3:30 p.m. is guaranteed to be ghostly.
Shark-themed Sunday will also feature spine-tingling facts about these misunderstood marine creatures and a 3:30 p.m. feeding at the shark exhibit. An Aquarium-staffed photo booth on the Santa Monica Pier directly above the marine science center is the picture-perfect place to snap a shot in costume. Come in costume or make your own Dia de los Muertos calavera mask at the Aquarium.
Both days: 1:45pm
A glow-in-the-dark bioluminescence presentation
Both days: 12:30-4:00PM
Costumed Photo Booth - on the Santa Monica Pier Plaza
Sunday only: 2:30pm
Story time and book signing with author David Derrick, Jr. David will be reading from his newest children's book I'm the Scariest Thing in the Jungle!
Sunday only: 3:00pm
Sunday only: 3:30pm
Costume Parade - meet in costume in front of the Aquarium at 3:00pm. We will march around the Santa Monica Pier visiting local Pier businesses to collect sweets and treats.