Ongoing Events

The Randall Museum is host to many community groups and collaborates on programs with outside organizations. Events may be appropriate for adults, children or both! Check out our upcoming events for opportunities to get involved with our talented and inquisitive community. View the event for more information and details on how to register.  

Bug Month Online

Bug Month Online- This Week: Bees The Randall Museum brought you Bug Month throughout May 2020.Week #1: BeesHoney bees live in colonies. They can not survive alone. All their lives, they keep very busy working together for the success of their hive. Have you ever...

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Birding the Hill

Birding the Hill

Join a Golden Gate Audubon Society sponsored bird walk in Corona Heights on the third Friday of every month. 30–40 species of birds are usually seen on these walks in addition to awesome displays of California native wildflowers. Meet at 8 am at 199 Museum Way in the...

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Corona Heights Grassland Habitat Restoration

Corona Heights Grassland Habitat Restoration

Volunteer to help maintain and restore the magnificent Corona Heights natural area – the hill adjacent to the museum – overlooking the San Francisco Bay Area. This is a wonderful outdoor kids activity or family activity. Learn to identify California native plants that...

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Lectures

Many arts, culture and science community groups meet regularly at the Randall Museum. Their regular lecture series events are open to the public and explore many interesting topics such as bee keeping and wild mushroom identification. Check the schedule below for an event that fits your interests, or discover something completely new!

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