Heard About The King Tide Photo Initiative?
Have you heard about the Bay Area King Tide Photo Initiative? Our local NPR station, KQED, recently reported on it, and the story piqued our interest. Seasonal high tides, also called King Tides, are prevalent during certain times of the year. The enlightening thing about these seasonal tides is they give us a glimpse of what…Read More
Many of you have heard by now that Coyote Point Museum has changed its name to CuriOdyssey. We are thrilled, excited, and energized by the name change. Over the past four years, since nearly closing in 2006, we have made many organizational changes. We’ve added more programs, original exhibits, new animals, and de-installed “The Place…Read More
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Please click here to read the article “Coyote Point Museum becomes CuriOdyssey” at the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal website.Read More
New Name Reflects Recent Improvements and Curiosity-Inspiring Visitor Experience SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA– January 12, 2011 – In an exciting move to match the museum’s name with its exceptional education offerings, Coyote Point Museum will soon unveil a new name. On Saturday, January 15, 2011, visitors to the newly-named CuriOdyssey can touch science and get up…Read More
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