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Title: SAVE THE FROGS! Grand Opening Celebration
START DATE: Saturday March 29
TIME: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details:
2524 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley, CA
94702
Event Type: Other
This Saturday, March 29th, I am excited to announce the Grand Opening of the SAVE THE FROGS! Education Center in Berkeley, California! Please join the SAVE THE FROGS! family and myself for educational presentations, live music, free vegan food, frog art and lots of awesome frog-friendly people at this froggy fiesta! Thank you for your support and learn more about the event here: http://www.savethefrogs.com/berkeley

This event is completely free to the public. Our frog-filled extravaganza will commence at high noon with a two-hour frogging expedition to find and photograph native amphibians in the Berkeley hills. All afternoon at the Education Center we will have presentations about California's native amphibians, local and global conservation issues, and the history and future of SAVE THE FROGS!. There will be activities for kids, including origami frogs and frog art lessons. Our favorite frog art and photos will be framed and on display and available for donations. From 730pm until late we will have amazing live music from some of the most talented musicians in the Bay Area on an array of instruments from around the world. Please feel free to come whenever you can and stay for as long as you want.

Itinerary:
12pm - 2pm Frogging Expedition
3pm - 330p Presentation: Dr. Kerry Kriger
4pm - 430p Presentation: Michael Starkey
5pm - 530p Presentation: Dr. Sarah Kupferberg
6pm - 630pm Presentation: Dr. Kerry Kriger
7pm - 730p Socialize/Raffle/Announcements etc
730p onwards: Live music with Kerry Kriger, Chris Berry and friends
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