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December 16, Celebrating Sharks and Sea Turtles at the Sports Basement, San Francisco

December 11, Incredible Journey, Film and Talk with Dr. Wallace J. Nichols.  Keplers Books , Menlo Park.

November 30,  Saving Sharks, Saving the Bay MPA Discussion at Sunrise Center, Corte Madera discussing marine protection and sharks of the San Francisco Bay,  7:30-10:30 PM, Sunrise Center, 645 Tamalpais Dr., Corte Madera

November 17,  Heroes of Marin Awards, Stewardship Award to Sea Stewards

November 5 & 19 Shark Attacks and Attacks on Sharks at the California Academy of Sciences, 1:00 PM

Its Sharktober!  Celebrating Sharks All October Long

Sharktober Activities at the California Academy of Sciences all month long.

October 24,25 & BLUE DRINKS HAPPY HOUR October 27   Celebrate Sharks with Pacific Catch benefiting Sea Stewards. Download this certificate and present the Sea Stewards Flyer to server when ordering & receive 10% off food and drink at the Corte Madera location, Marin County Blue Drinks with special happy hour Sharktober 27.

October 22 and 29 & November 5  (sold out) Sharktober Shark, Whale & Wildlife Tours to the Farallones

A tour of the waters of the Gulf of the Farallones, Farallones Islands and the Continental shelf led by Sea Stewards naturalists. A day trip onboard the Outer Limits.  Book through San Francisco Bay Whale Watching and put white shark in the field. No guarantee we will see a shark, but we will learn about why white sharks are important.

October 15, Sharktoberfest with the Sanctuary, Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Shark Family Event   Map to Event

10 AM-3 PM  Build a shark, Shark activities, live music and films.

Sanctuary Center at the Presidio, San Francisco.

Shark activities and special guest Assemblyman Paul Fong.

October 16, 1:00 PM Celebrate Sharks A Talk on Sharks by David McGuire. Public Welcome.

October 24,25 & BLUE DRINKS HAPPY HOUR October 27   Celebrate Sharks with Pacific Catch benefiting Sea Stewards. Download this certificate and present the Sea Stewards Flyer to server when ordering & receive 10% off food and drink at the Corte Madera location, Marin County with special happy hour Sharktober 27.

October 22 and 29 & November 5  (sold out) Sharktober Shark, Whale & Wildlife Tours to the Farallones

A tour of the waters of the Gulf of the Farallones, Farallones Islands and the Continental shelf led by Sea Stewards naturalists. A day trip onboard the Outer Limits.  Book through San Francisco Bay Whale Watching and put white shark in the field. No guarantee we will see a shark, but we will learn about why white sharks are important.

Ongoing

Sharking, An ongoing Public Display in Support of Sharks and the Shark Conservation Act, Worldwide Participation 

How to go Sharking.  1. Make yourself some fins(think big and gaudy). 2. Get 10 postcards of your local city and put enough stamps and Leeland Yee’s address on them,along with “Pass AB 376 No Ammendments” written on each 3. Go to a safe public place hold your fins on for three-100 minutes. 3. Have a friend take your picture and post it to the SeaStewards  photomob  and get passerbys to sign the postcards. Mail them yourself ASAP.

PAST EVENTS

October 16, 1:00 PM Celebrate Sharks A Talk on Sharks by David McGuire. Public Welcome.

October 15, Sharktoberfest with the Sanctuary, Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Shark Family Event   Shark activities and special guest Assemblyman Paul Fong.

October 9 12:00- 5:00 PM  Shark Halloween, Berkeley.  Contact for details.

October 6,  SHARKlife, Sharktoberfest III at the California Academy of Sciences 6PM- 10PM

Special shark exhibits, live Planetarium Show, live sharks, shark activities including a Sharking Flash Mob, music and beer! Its a party, 21 and over.

September 11, Solano Stroll, Berkeley, Letter Campaign to Governor to Pass AB 376, Watch for Sharks on Solano!

September 8, The State of Sharks, Lecture and Film at The Bone Room, Solana Ave, Berkeley  7 PM

September 4- September 24, Healthy Oceans with the Body Shop, a series of shark and ocean outreach events at 17 stores.

September 1, Shark Finning and the Shark Fin Bill, A Talk on Shark Conservation Hosted by the Aqua Tutus Dive Club

August 17th,  Arts for Sharks, 111 Minna Gallery San Francisco

August 15, Shark Bus  to Sacramento in Support of Sharks. Hundreds of shark supporters attended Shark Day, the Shark Conservation Bill as it was heard in the Appropriations Committee on Monday.

August 13th,  Jaws at Dolores Park with a Fin Conservation Twist, 7PM San Francisco

August 11, City of the Shark Screening and Talk, Richardson Bay Audobon Society, Tiburon 6:30-7:45 PM

August 2, Summer of the Shark, Film and Tabling by Sea Stewards,  Bay Model Sausalito 6 PM

August 1, The State of Sharks, Lecture and Films Orinda Library 7:30 PM, Hosted by the Alacosta Dive Club

June 30  Lecture “Its About the Ocean”  American Cetacean Society, 6:30 PM Bay Model, Sausalito

June 28, Shark Bus to Sacramento.  Rally in support of the Committee on Nartural Resources to pass the Shark Bill

June 17  Shark Stewards in the Sanctuary, lecture and film at the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary

June 16, Nightlife at the California Academy of Sciences with the Sea turtle Restoration Project

June 11, Celebrate the Oceans on World Oceans Day San Francisco  Signature and card rally to support sharks.

April 28  June 6 Phillipines Biodiversity Expedition with the California Academy of Sciences

April 16  Earth Day for Sharks at the Marine Science Institute, Redwood City,

April 11, Humane Society Lobby Day in Sacramento for AB 376, Training Lobbyists for Upcoming shark bill

April 4, Ocean Day in Sacramento, Tabling and Lobbying for sharks and sustainable seafood.

March 12- Shark Films and Sustainability at the San Francisco Ocean Film festival.

Where: San Francisco Ocean Film Festival
Saturday, March 12 at 1pm: Sharks & Vanishing Marine Life  Film Program and

Following the program, a panel discussion will be hosted at Aquarium of the Bay. Topics
include: threats to sharks and the recently introduced assembly bill,
AB 376, that would ban the possession, sale, trade and distribution of
shark fins in California. Titled

“Sharks, Fins and Sustainability,”

February 14  We Love Sharks Press Event at the California Academy of Sciences to announce the new shark fin legsilation.

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