Come celebrate Midpen’s 50th Anniversary of public open space preservation, protection, restoration, access and education. This free-admission family festival at Ravenswood Preserve and Cooley Landing of East Palo Alto is fun for nature lovers of all ages. Explore the 2.9-mile … Read more
Like art? Like succulents? This in-person workshop series for children combines both. You get to paint a pot AND plant a succulent; all supplies are provided in this workshop. This week’s theme is ANIMALS! For ages 6 and up. RSVP … Read more
Entomologists thought the Brazilian bee Plebeia emerina had disappeared in California in the 1950s. But two colonies were rediscovered in Palo Alto in 2013, and now a four-year-old has found two more.
Join us during the final week of July for a virtual summer session for kids of all ages (adults included). We will be broadcasting live from Facebook each day and posting links to activity materials you can download to do … Read more
Celebrate the amazing creatures and unique environments of the marine world during the Randall Museum’s virtual Ocean Week. The museum’s website will be loaded to the gills with ocean-inspired fun, featuring science and art projects for all ages, along with … Read more
Interested in a fun, educational event in the Baylands that you can do while social distancing? On Saturday, June 27th, the EV will be hosting a Baylands scavenger hunt. This game will guide you through the preserve, while allowing you … Read more
The focus on nature right now might seem counterintuitive. On the contrary, being outside is recognized as an essential activity.
Saturday, March 7th 11:00 am to 12:30 pm Want to come to a fun day of learning about what is going on in the sky? The EcoCenter is hosting a fun day of educational activities that will teach your kids … Read more
Saturday, February 15th, 11:00 am to 12:30 pm The EcoCenter is hosting a special program put on by the Happy Hollow Zoo. Happy Hollow Park and Zoo is located in San Jose and houses a variety of animals from lemurs … Read more
Lazy summer days on your hands? Now’s the time to explore nature with the kids.