Community Events Calendar

Presentations take place in the Education Center Alcove of the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, beginning at 3:00 p.m. every Sunday afternoon. For directions click here.

Public parking is $1.00/vehicle. Admittance to the lecture presentation will begin at 2:45 p.m. outside the entrance to the Education Center by the benches. Those who are attending the lecture presentation ONLY and are admitted at this time by the Education staff will bypass the admission window. Please do not arrive earlier than 2:45 p.m. Patrons attending ONLY the Educational Lecture will be given a special red "Hawaii Sea Grant" hand stamp that will allow access into the education alcove for the lecture but no access to the beach itself. The lecture will begin promptly at 3 p.m.

Please note: anyone who wishes to go to the beach before the lecture, will be processed through the regular admission line and shall pay the admission fee of $7.50 (if you are not a Hawaii resident). These education programs are supported and funded by the City and County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation.

We appreciate your continuing interest and support!


July 2015 - Science and the Open Ocean


 5 July

Name: Palikū Documentary Films

Film showing: Papa Mau: The Wayfinder


 12 July

Name: Allen Andrews, Age and Longevity Research, Life History Program, NOAA

Talk Title: “Bombs and Fish - How Nuclear Bombs Can Tell Us About the Age of Fishes"


19 July

Name: Summer Martin, NOAA Fisheries
 
Talk Title: “Commercial Fisheries, Biodiversity, Carbon Storage, and Cultural Services of the eastern tropical Pacific ocean"
 

26 July

Name: Phoebe Woodworth-Jefcoats, Ecosystems and Oceanography Division, NOAA

Talk Title: "A Look at the Food Web Supporting North Pelagic Fisheries"
 

August 2015 - Science and the Deep Sea


 2 August

Name: Sea Grant Hawaiʻi

Film showing: Voice of the Sea: Deep Sea Lab (45 min)


 9 August

Name: Patty Fryer, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, Department of Oceanography, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Talk Title: "Three good reasons to care about the bottom of the ocean"


16 August

Name: Clifton Nunnally, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, Department of Oceanography, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
 
Talk Title: “Physiology in Deep-Sea Trenches:  What we can learn by determining the amount of oxygen used by animals and sediments in these extreme environments"
 

23 August

Name:  Frank Parrish, Protected Species Division, NOAA

Talk Title: “Deep sea coral assemblages in the Hawaiian Archipelago: submarines, long life, and the Midas touch"
 

30 August

Name: The Blue Planet, Seas of Life

Talk Title: " The Deep” (50 min)

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