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Serengeti Documentary

See it on the Giant Dome screen

Nestled in northern Tanzania and spanning into the southern edge of Kenya, the vast plains of the Serengeti host one of the largest migrations of mammals on the planet. More than one million wildebeests traverse this ecosystem yearly, encountering lions, zebras, cheetahs, elephants, crocodiles and many other remarkable animals. Nature has orchestrated a perfect symphony in which every species has a distinct role in a larger story—the balance of an entire ecosystem. In this film for all ages, you will follow the newest members of the animal cast as they imitate their parents and embark on their life’s journeys. Prepare to be awed by this immersive giant-screen film about how nature works in one of the world’s greatest ecosystems.

Fleet Science Center
1875 El Prado Balboa Park
San Diego, CA 92101

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6192381233

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Apr 5 - ongoing
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Included with admission

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Californian Tall Ship Adventure.

Apr 1 - ongoing

The Maritime Museum of San Diego invites you to join us for Tall Ship adventure sailing! This is a four-hour adventure history sail aboard the schooner Californian.
The Californian is a replica of a gold rush era revenue cutter and the Official Tall Ship of the State of California.

Arrive early to take in your general admission visit to the entire fleet and exhibits, then set sail! 

Join the crew in sailing a traditionally rigged tall ship! Passengers will be invited to haul a line, man the helm and watch the crew as they scamper up and down the rigging to set and furl the sails. Listen as the Californian’s crew relates the history of sailing and exploration in San Diego, tales of whaling and sea otter trade, local sea battles, the art of ship’s gunnery, life at sea and more.

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July 4 BBQ Dinner and Fireworks Viewing

Jul 4, 2024

Enjoy a BBQ Dinner and spectacular fireworks viewing from the McKinney Deck of the 1898 Berkeley, a national and state historic landmark, or the waterfront barge to the rear of the Berkeley.

Maritime Museum of San Diego hosts this annual favorite every year welcoming locals and visitors for a front row seat to the Big Bay Boom. Adult BBQ dinners include pulled pork sandwich, potato salad, chips, and cookie. Child BBQ dinners includes hot dog, potato salad, chips, and cookie. Plant-based vegetarian pulled pork or hot dog options will be available upon request. Additional snacks including cookies or chips may be purchased too. Tickets for the dinner must be purchased online in advance. Seating is first come first serve.

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Wine & Lecture Series Ticket

May 31, 2024

The Coronado Historical Association invites you to purchase a Wine & Lecture series ticket, so you always have a seat at the latest installment of our popular lecture series. 

Current members can pre-purchase a series of tickets for CHA's January through May Wine & Lectures for $60 (a $15 savings!). 

New members also can gain exclusive access to this series ticket for $120, which includes a 1 - year General/Family Membership to CHA (a $40 savings!).

To purchase select the "date" May 31, 2024, and "time" midnight and then the number of tickets. 

Once the series tickets are purchased, they are non-transferable. You will be a VIP. Your name will be added to the will-call list, and no physical ticket is given or needed to check-in. 

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Wine Lecture: Save the Last Bullet

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