After all of that medical waste washed up on our beaches this fall, did you find yourself wondering, how could this happen?! What happens to Los Angeles sewage waste before it is sent out into the ocean? How do these processes affect ocean life?
We've all heard that El Niño is heading for Southern California this winter. Join us on Sunday, October 11, at the Aquarium as we kick off a week of education and preparedness tips to help the greater L.A. region get ready for the storm!
FREE with Aquarium admission ($5 for guests 12+; FREE for those under 12)
SEATING LIMITED; arrive early
A talk by CalTech's NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) climatologist Bill Patzert
We all know El Niño is heading for the West Coast this winter. But what's the story behind the storm? Become an expert on El Niño and related weather phenomena at this special event at our Santa Monica Pier Aquarium.
Get into the spirit of the season at Heal the Bay’s Santa Monica Pier Aquarium with a “fintastic” Halloween and Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration. The Aquarium, beach level at the Santa Monica Pier, has spooky, family friendly activities planned both days.