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Under the Sea at the Disney Family Museum - January 23, 2010

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  • Under the Sea at the Disney Family Museum - January 23, 2010

    To commemorate the start of a new year, The Walt Disney Family Museum is diving into 2010 with special programming focused on innovation, undersea adventures, ground-breaking technologies and wonder created by Walt Disney. Included in the program is a discussion with renowned ocean engineer Graham Hawkes on how imagination initiates exploration and leads to discovery.

    Graham will take you on a journey to the bottom of the ocean and show you the next generation of vehicles he is building to open the oceans for all to explore.


    What: Under the Sea: Discussion with Renowned Ocean Engineer Graham Hawkes

    Where: The Walt Disney Family Museum
    104 Montgomery Street, The Presidio of San Francisco
    San Francisco, CA 94129

    Admissions: $4-$10, check Website for details

    When: January 23, 2010 at 3:00PM

    Website: www.waltdisney.org

    Main Phone: 415-345-6800
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