1. Create-With-Nature Earth Day Celebration, Stinson Beach

Join in an evolving outdoor sculpture gallery at Stinson Beach. All are welcome to join in constructing sculptures using elements of nature found on the beach: sand, shells, rocks, and other beach treasures! This event is fun for all ages and especially ignites the imaginations of children. Join in an experience that will inspire and energize people to care for and protect the earth throughout the year.

Location: Stinson Beach

Price: Free

Day: Sunday, April 23 11 am – 3 pm

Website: http://www.earthdaystinsonbeach.org

Note: Bags and gloves are supplied


  1. 3rd on Third Earth Day 2017 Celebration @ Bay View Opera House, San Francisco

The Bayview Neighborhood comes alive for a community-wide arts celebration at the Bayview Town Center. Every third Friday of the month features pop-up galleries, local food vendors, a children’s zone with art making, and a stage featuring local musicians and talent. This month’s event honors Earth Day. Local band, Audiopharmacy performs live music, while interactive “Rock The Bike’s” human powered bicycle speaker system supplies the sound!

Location: Bayview Town Center

Price: Free to attend

Day: Friday, April 21 5 – 7:30 pm

Register on Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-on-third-earth-day-tickets-33103176492?aff=fc


  1. Cal Day @ UC Berkeley + Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley

Don’t miss this year’s Cal Day at UC Berkeley, where the university opens its doors to the public with a full day of over 400 events. Just east of the Berkeley campus, the Lawrence Hall of Science, is offering a free day with lots of Earth Day and #YouthForScience activities. Kids will love exploring the universe in the planetarium, experiencing the critter corner, learning all about global climate, and engineering new inventions with Lego Bots!

Location: UC Berkeley, Lawrence Hall of Science

Date + Time: Saturday, April 22, Cal Day events all day.

Lawrence Hall events 10 am – 5 pm

Price: Free and open to the public

Ages: Children 10 years and younger

Website: https://www.calday.berkeley.edu/

Lawrence Hall Events: http://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/visit/events/cal-day-at-the-hall


4. Annual Wildlife Festival @ Wagner Ranch Nature Area, Orinda

Come enjoy the beautiful historic ranch and 18-acre nature preserve, rarely open to the public. Join a variety of activities, ranging from DIY gardening, hands-on nature crafts, a tour of the nature area, and more. A memorable way to celebrate Earth Day and appreciate nature as a family!

Location: Wagner Ranch Nature Area

Day: Sunday April 23, 2017 11:30am – 4:30pm

Price: Free Admission, Family-Friendly

Website: https://fwrna.org



  1. ZooKids: Skins and Scales @ The Oakland Zoo, Oakland

Earth wouldn’t be the same without reptiles and amphibians! Learn about these fascinating creatures and how to protect their habitats at the Oakland Zoo. Little ones will learn all about the strange and surprising traits of these adaptive critters. When you’ve finished the ZooKids activity, take a tour to visit with the monkeys, giraffes, and elephants that grace our remarkable planet.

Event: ZookKids: Skins and Scales

Location: Oakland Zoo

Day + Time: Saturday April 22, 9:30am-12:00pm

Ages: ZooKids classes are for children ages 4-5

Price: Program Fee: Members $20.00/Non-Members $23.00. Parking Fee: $10.00 for Non-Members. Free for Members.


Note: Pre-Registration is required. Please review the information regarding ZooKids Registration to learn how to sign up for this program. Meet at the Lower Entrance – Maddie’s Center for Science and Environmental Education Please park in the lower parking lot and proceed up the ramp to the lower entrance for the event.