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Get SuperNatural @ Home with the California Academy of Sciences!

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This October, the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco invites families to experience SuperNatural, its annual Halloween bash and fundraiser, from the comfort of your own home! Grab your costumes and have a ghostly good time with an entertaining evening of spirited science, kooky costumes, and tasty treats — livestreamed directly to you and your whole family! SuperNatural @ Home takes place Friday, October 30, 2020, from 5–6 pm (livestream).

SuperNatural Cal Academy

All virtual partygoers will enjoy the following frighteningly fun festivities:

  • Costume competition
  • Behind-the-scenes peeks at animal care and feeding
  • “Deep into the Vault” collections tour with Academy scientists
  • Creepy skulls and flesh-eating beetles (oh my!)
  • Magic and juggling shows
  • Live music
  • Halloween crafts, face-painting, chocolate-making demos, and more
  • On Halloween (Saturday, October 31), the opportunity for a safe, contactless drive-by trick-or-treat experience, complete with a professional portrait taken of the entire family in costume

Plus there are opportunities to enjoy extra special Halloween treats (depending on ticket package), including:

  • Halloween @ Home scare packages delivered right to the recipient’s home, including a trick-or-treat bag overflowing with goodies, Academy-themed face masks, crafting supplies to follow along with the live program, educational activities, an animal face-painting kit, and much more
  • An unforgettable Halloween-themed dinner for the entire family, delivered to their front door

SuperNatural Cal Academy

There are three tax deductible ticket packages available for Supernatural Halloween @ Home: Mummy ($500), Vampire ($1,000) and Werewolf ($2,500). Proceeds from this event support the Academy’s care programs for its nearly 40,000 live animals. For more details on all three options, please visit the SuperNatural page on the Academy website.

Photos: California Academy of Sciences