Special Events and Activities
For further information or exact date and time, please call contact phone numbers listed or check the linked description pages.
With all these events- Please help us by carpooling and limiting the amount of trash you leave when you come. Please help keep our parks beautiful.
Berkeley Bay Festival April 9th, 2016 Environmental education festival to highlight the wonderful organizations and opportunities we have here around San Francisco Bay. 11- 4 Adventure Playground, Music, Sailboat rides, Dragon Boat rides. Tour the new classroom and strawbale visitors center, and more. Check here and the link for updates as they happen.
Shoreline Clean-up Please click this link for more information.
Come clean-up our East Bay shoreline. Be part of an international event On Sept. 19th 2015. that collects trash data to help the environment. Bring your own bags or buckets or if you can't, we will provide them and a raffle at the end. Staging area behind the Seabreeze Market at West Frontage Rood and University Avenue. Bring Gloves, water, sunscreen, hat, windbreaker. Groups of 10 or more please contact us for group information.
Shoreline clean-up. Third Sat of each month. Sign in 9:30-10 a.m. Clean until 12. Come to the Shorebird Park Nature Center at 160 University Ave. Berkeley, CA. 94710 for the background and safety talk. Here we will have you sign the waiver, show you the locations, distribute data cards and pencils, and buckets and gloves if you cannot bring your own. Clean-up areas will be around the inner harbor, Shorebird park and along University Ave. If you are interested in joining us, please send an email to : Naturecenter@cityofberkeley.info with the date you are interested in, your name, and names of any additional people their ages and if you can bring your own materials. Thank-you so much!
Fourth of July and Fireworks - July 4th 2015, 09:35 P.M.
The fireworks celebration is held every year at Berkeley Marina. The pyrotechnic display lasts approximately one half-hour. The display will be launched from a barge just south of the Berkeley Pier at the foot of University Avenue, but will be visible from all over the Marina and elsewhere. Automobile access is limited.