BeachHacks is the fourth collegiate hackathon hosted by California State University, Long Beach! During our 24 hour event, student developers and designers will gather on campus to build and program ideas into reality.
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, Marine Mammal Care Center, International Bird Rescue, and Los Angeles Maritime Institute have joined forces to present to you an entire day of fun and exciting ocean science activities, all within a few minutes drive. You can pick just your favorite or spend all day doing and learning different things near the beach, ocean cliffs, and the Los Angeles harbor.
Unlike honey bees that live in large hives, mason bees live alone, and need places to shelter and lay their eggs. They also pollinate more plants than honey bees do, and are less likely to sting you! So become a friend to these helpful bees, and learn to build a bee hotel for your garden.
Join MākMō in learning the basics of 3D printing. Then design your own cookie cutter! (Cookie cutters will be available for pickup at the library at a later date)
From butterflies and bees to lizards and hummingbirds, attracting wildlife to your garden is great for the environment! Whether you are designing your yard from the ground up or need tips for your container garden, this class will teach you about some of the best California native plants for habitat.
Pub Science is back! Join the Columbia Memorial Space Center as they host Pub Science at LA Ale Works. Four engineers currently working on the InSight mission will give an overview including some of the most recent findings and latest science!
Come learn about space and science and enjoy a pint! Make sure to try City of STEM’s OFFICIAL beer, Martian Occupation, on tap all month long at LA Ale Works.
Every 4th Friday of the month the Marine Mammal Care Center of Los Angeles bring their mobile visitor center to The Hangout in Long Beach. Join the fun with food, music, art, and the MMCC LA!
Join the Reaction Research Society (RRS) as they throw a FREE rocket and space exhibit symposium! There will be exhibitions and live presentations to take part in.
In honor of their dedication and hard work to the aerospace industry, retirees are invited to the 5th annual luncheon at the Columbia Memorial Space Center. In addition to lunch, special guests speakers, like Gerry Blackburn and Shelby Jacobs, will share their stories.
"Los Angeles is an innovation incubator — a place where the world comes to develop new ideas and pioneer groundbreaking technologies. City of STEM is an opportunity for L.A. to showcase a science, technology, and engineering ecosystem that is creating new opportunities every day and putting L.A. at the center of a global movement to envision tomorrow and build it today."
- Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti