Sharktober

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Sharktober- An Annual Celebration of the Shark with Shark Stewards

We are celebrating the return of the white sharks to our sanctuary after their annual migration. Join us celebrating and motivating to save sharks!

September 16 6:00-8:00 PM Screening Extinction Soup and shark talk- Patagonia store, 770 North Point Ave, San Francisco. Shark libations and prizes to support the shark sanctuary.

Saturday October 18th Sharktoberfest with the Sanctuary.  Join shark specialists and educators celebrating and learining about sharks in our 6th annual Sharktoberfest education event.  Shark games, shark science and shark fun for the whole family.  Free.  10AM- 4 PM.  At the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Visitors Center, Crissy Field.  Volunteers- sign up here!

October 9, 6:00- 10:00PM Shark Life at the California Academy of Sciences, drinks, dance, sharks!

Click here for the entire Sharktober Calendar.

SHARKTOBER Farallon Island Expeditions  Sign Up Here

IMG_08452014 is our 6th annual Sharktober and Sharktoberfest celebrating the return of white sharks to our National Marine Sanctuaries.  Two trips added September 17 (limited space- an educational trip with the University of San Francisco) and Octber 11.  Others to be added.  PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS HERE 

Natural History Cruises to the Farallon Islands.  You are invited to join us on an exclusive Shark, Whale and Natural History Tour to the Farallon Islands onboard the vessel Outer Limits lead by shark experts and naturalists. Three dates are reserved in during the white shark season and when whales and seabirds are feeding in the Gulf. (Note- sharks are hard to find but we will be monitoring feeding locations and learning about sharks on the cruise- this is not a shark viewing trip).  Contact here for more information.

Can't join us? Please consider Supporting our work protecting sharks from shark finning and establishing shark sanctuaries.  Contact us for our specialized Natural History Tours to the Devil's Teeth.

PAST Sharktober Events

September 7th, Okeanos Performance with the America's Cup Healthy Ocean Project David McGuire, featured speaker, Talk 7:00 PM, Performance 7:30, Q&A to follow

September 18th Shark Bites, A lecture by David McGuire San Francisco Nerd Nights
Doors at 7 pm, show at 8 Rickshaw Stop, 155 Fell St @Van Ness

September 26th, Local Sharks and Conservation Talk at the American Fisheries Society Gulf of Farallones National Marine Fisheries Visitors Center, Crissy Field  5:30- Members and Guests

Sharktober all October long to celebrate and protect sharks all year. Click here for the Calendar.

September 28, Pacifica Fog Fest parade- Dress as a Mermaid or a Shark and join us for sharks and at the Pacifica Beach Coalition booth afterwards.  9:00 Am- 5:00 PM Palmeto Avenue

September 29, Sharktober Farallon Islands Cruise

October 3rdSharklife- Sharktober kick off at the California Academy of Sciences. Live music, shark drinks, shark performance and fun. 21 and over  6:30-10:00 PM

October 5th, Sharktoberfest with the Gulf of the Farallones National Marne Sanctuary. has moved to the Sports Basement Presidio Location at Crissy Field San Francisco.  Family shark fun. 3:00 PM- 5:00 PM

October 13th Rocktoberfest for sharks with Giant Squid & Salty Teeth, Speak Easy Brewery, Live Music, Great Food and BBQ All Ages Welcome 1195 Evans Ave, San Francisco 1:30- 6:00PM.

October 17th, Shark Drinks with San Francisco Blue Drinks Rubios 6:00 PM to Close at 4 Embarcadero, San Francisco.  Home of the Sustainable Fish Taco. Bloody Sangria and Beer.  Use this flyer and we receive 20% of all sales.  Giveaways from Patagonia and win a trip on a Farallones Excursion.

Oct 18th Surfing and Sharks- Talk and Film White Shark Cafe 7:00 PM  Talk at the Sharp Park Library, Sponsored by the Pacifica Beach Coalition and The Pacifica Library

October 25 Sharks and Mermaids Benefit Party 6:30 PM- 10:00 PM Swim For Sharks Film Screening and Happy Hour, Drinks and food South End Rowing Club $25 Donation Requested to support our shark reseacrh program. No-one turned away.

October 26 Shark Films with Shark Stewards and the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival Wharf fest, Bay Theater, Pier 39.  4:30PM

October 29th, Shark Movements and Impacts on Conservation Lecture to the American Cetacean Society, Saylor's Restaurant, Sausalito 7:00 PM, Details.

October 25, Swim for Sharks- with the San Francisco Dolphin Club, 8:00 AM  Sponsor a Swimmer and join the party afterwards for our benefit.

October 31, Sharkoween at the California Academy of Sciences 6:30-10:00 PM, shark costumes encouraged

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2012  Sharktober  Celebrating Sharks All October Long

October 6, Sharktoberfest at the California Academy of Sciences 6PM- 10PM

Sharks in the Sanctuary

Farallones White Shark and Whale Tours

More events TBA

2011  Its Sharktober!  Celebrating Sharks All October Long

Sharktober Activities at the California Academy of Sciences all month long.

October 24,25 & BLUE DRINKS HAPPY HOUR October 27   Celebrate Sharks with Pacific Catch benefiting Sea Stewards. Download this certificate and present the Sea Stewards Flyer to server when ordering & receive 10% off food and drink at the Corte Madera location, Marin County Blue Drinks with special happy hour Sharktober 27.

October 22 and 29 & November 5  (sold out) Sharktober Shark, Whale & Wildlife Tours to the Farallones

A tour of the waters of the Gulf of the Farallones, Farallones Islands and the Continental shelf led by Sea Stewards naturalists. A day trip onboard the Outer Limits.  No guarantee we will see a shark, but we will learn about why white sharks are important.

October 15, Sharktoberfest with the Sanctuary, Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Shark Family Event   Map to Event

10 AM-3 PM  Build a shark, Shark activities, live music and films.

Sanctuary Center at the Presidio, San Francisco.

Shark activities and special guest Assemblyman Paul Fong.

October 16, 1:00 PM Celebrate Sharks A Talk on Sharks by David McGuire. Public Welcome.