April 21 • 9am–4pm • FREE
will you discover
on Cal Day?
bats & reptiles • physics phenomena • chemistry surprises •
solar viewing • stars & bones • plants & bugs • all
about earthquakes • mysterious nanoscience • and more!
the awesome world of science with a Science@Cal Passport!
Pick up a passport at participating locations, and begin your
journey! At each destination, your passport will get a stamp or
sticker to show where your travels have taken you. Recommended for
ages 6 to 12 and their families. Get your
passport stamped at these locations:
Abounds at Berkeley • 9–4 •
Valley Life Sciences Building courtyard
Galore! • 10-4 •
Valley Life Sciences Building
of Vertebrate Zoology, “Unexplored Corners of the World” • 9–4
3101 Valley Life Sciences Building
Museum of Paleontology, “Meet T.
• 9–4 •
Wallace Atrium, 1st floor of Valley Life Sciences Building
& Jepson Herbaria • 10–4 •
1003 Valley Life Sciences Building plant mounting stations (opposite
A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology • 10–5 •
103 Kroeber Hall
“Art in Science: The Intersection of Image and Research” • 11–3
Free Speech Movement Café at Moffitt Library
Physics • 10–3 •
235, 245, 248 LeConte Hall
of Chemistry Information Tables • 11–1 •
Latimer Hall lobby
Bonanza! •10–4 •
Hearst Field Annex
Viewing & Sundials (weather permitting) • 10–4 •
Grassy area north of Sproul Hall
Research Showcase • 10-11 •
310 Hearst Memorial Mining Building
• 10–3 •
220 McCone Hall
Institute Tech Museum • 10–3 •
345 Sutardja Dai Hall
of the World • 9–5 •
UC Botanical Gardens*
Hall of Science • 9–5 •
Lawrence Hall of Science*
Science Adventures: Magic Planet, Infrared Photos, Magnetism, and
More! • 11–5
Space Sciences Laboratory*
See the official Cal Day website for detailed activity descriptions.
* For starred events, take
the Hill Shuttle uphill from the Evans Hall east entrance.
in Science: The
Intersection of Image and Research
a café break while viewing intriguing images captured during
scientific investigation. Learn about the actual science behind the
images — or let your imagination run wild!
Works from the Art in Science collection will be shown in the Free
Speech Movement Café at Moffitt Library from 11am to 3pm.
A Hands-on Biology Extravaganza!
NOT TO BE MISSED! Fun stuff not listed in the General Program:
frog treks and venomous snakes, behind-the-scenes tours, games,
origami, and much more! You’ll find an amazing array of activities at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, in the Valley Life Sciences Building. Check out the full event listing!
more Cal Day events and information at calday.berkeley.edu.