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First Fridays

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First Fridays at Chabot Space & Science Center bring the Oakland community together to play and discover, highlight diverse voices in S.T.E.A.M. and inspire explorers of all ages. 

Chabot’s First Friday opens the doors for discovery with planetarium shows, telescope viewings and after-hours access to exhibits. Embedded in Redwood Regional Park, the Center is a space for our community to get together, learn, and explore in Oakland’s backyard.

First Friday features a new theme supported by community partners, hands-on activities, workshops, performances, and speakers. With different opportunities every month, the possibilities are endless: Talk to an astronaut. Shake hands with a dinosaur. Practice your pitching with the Oakland A’s and more!

First Fridays at Chabot take place on the first Friday of each month, from 6-10 p.m. Admission is $15 adults, $10 kids/seniors and $5 members. 

Today

First Friday: The Science of Color

Buy Tickets Friday, March 3 6-10 p.m. $15 adults, $10 kids/seniors and $5 members Immerse yourself in an evening of playful, colorful curiosity! What is color? How do humans and […]

Past Themes

Futuristic Foods

Get a taste of the future and explore how new advancements in space, robotics, climate and biotechnology will influence tomorrow’s food. Bring a healthy curiosity to a delicious First Friday. 

Mind Tricks

Learn about how your senses work together to understand the world around us while enjoying whimsical perception-bending fun! 

Into the Redwoods

What lives in Oakland’s redwoods? Get up close and personal with live appearances by ladybugs, newts and banana slugs and short films of them with KQED’s Deep Look nature series.