This nature documentary suitable for all ages will show on the lawn in front of the Shorebird Park Nature Center. Don’t forget your snacks and blankets. Chair seats should be no higher than 9 inches off the ground.
Bring family, friends, or neighbors out on a Saturday night under the stars for a brief discussion about the conservation of our seas and then dive into the issue further by watching a critically acclaimed documentary, "Oceans.”
The discussion and screening will be in front of the Shorebird Park Nature Center, which is nestled out upon the bay at the Berkeley Marina.
The outdoor movie will be shown on a large portable 20-foot by 12-foot inflatable movie screen with premium audio-visual movie equipment for outdoor cinemas.
Saturday, October 1, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Shorebird Nature Center, 160 University Ave
To request an accommodation, please contact Anthony DeCicco at firstname.lastname@example.org or call or (510) 981-6720 at least two days before the movie date.
Come early, bring low-height chairs, blankets
Bring blankets, sleeping bags, snacks, and low-back beach chairs with a seat no higher than 9 inches off the ground, so the view of others is not blocked. A flashlight or headlamp makes walking out at the end of the night easier. This is an alcohol-free event.
Parking is available in the dirt lot behind Adventure Playground or the South Cove lot just to the east of the nature center lawn.
(See photo below for available parking.) Parking in the L & M lots is restricted.
This event is organized by the City of Berkeley's Parks, Recreation, and Waterfront Department, which offers dozens of camps, classes, and other activities for all ages through our Recreation portal.
Come out, bring friends, and enjoy an ocean documentary in a park!