Calendar of Events
Randall Museum is host to some of San Francisco’s very diverse community groups such as Musical Theater Works, San Francisco Naturalists, the Amateur Astronomers, the Mycological Society, and many others. These groups and other Randall affiliates hold exciting events such as lectures, evening parties and stage productions!
Start July off with a burst of color with fireworks in a bottle!
Save the world but keep your identity a secret with a new jetpack and superhero mask.
Join Brian Fitch, Dominik Mosur and Charlie Hibbard on a Golden Gate Audubon Society sponsored bird walk on Corona Heights on the third Friday of every month. 30 – 40 species of birds are usually seen on these walks, in addition to awesome displays of California native wildflowers. Meet at 8 a.m. in front of the museum main entrance. For more information, contact Dominik Mosur at email@example.com, or call (415) 554-9605.
Need a friend to take swimming this summer? Look no further than this floating turtle friend!
Volunteer to help maintain and restore the magnificent Corona Heights – the hill adjacent to the museum – overlooking the San Francisco Bay Area. This is a wonderful outdoor kids activity or family activity. Learn to identify California native plants that support wildlife, maintain trails, and learn about your San Francisco ecosystem.
Meet behind the museum at 10:00 am sharp, and bring your own gloves! For adults and teens; kids age 10 & up may volunteer if accompanied by a parent. Please call the Natural Areas Program at (415) 552-3542 at least 2-3 days ahead if you are a first-time volunteer. Rain or shine.
Headed on a trip this summer? Easily bored? This unique I-spy bottle will solve all your problems!