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Underwater Parks Day at Sea Life Aquarium, a chef tour stops in Hawaii, a seminar on buffalos in Yellowstone park and more.

January 09, 2011

CARLSBAD

Underwater Parks Day

When, where: Jan. 15, Sea Life Aquarium

Highlights: Kids learn about marine environments while seeing underwater life during this third annual event. Child-oriented activities include a conservation expo with hands-on exhibits.

Cost: $20; $13 for ages 3 to 12 (free for infants); $17 for ages 60 and older; parking is $5

Info: (760) 918-5346, http://www.sealifeus.com

KOHALA COAST, HAWAII

James Beard Foundation Celebrity Chef Tour

When, where: Jan. 21 and 22, Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows

Highlights: An elaborate farm-to-table-themed dinner Jan. 22 is the pièce de résistance of this food-and-wine weekend, with celebrity chefs preparing and introducing courses; wine and cocktail pairings accompany the presentation. The event also includes a wine tasting Jan. 21.

Cost: $300 for both nights; $250 if attending only the dinner

Info: http://www.celebritycheftour.com

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

The Buffalo Story

When, where: Jan. 21-23, Yellowstone Assn. headquarters, Gardiner, Mont.

Highlights: This field seminar, led by Yellowstone's bison expert, will help attendees learn about bison behavior, ecology and conservation, and includes hiking, snowshoeing or skiing of up to 5 miles a day, as well as wildlife-viewing opportunities.

Cost: $225 (not including lodging)

Info: (406) 848-2400, http://www.yellowstoneassociation.org

MOENKOPI, ARIZ.

Hopi Agricultural Expo

When, where: Jan. 22, Moenkopi Legacy Inn (Upper Village)

Highlights: This celebration of Hopi farming heritage includes educational demonstrations, dance performances, Native American foods and an exhibit of photos that date to 1890.

Cost: Free

Info: (928) 283-4500, http://www.experiencehopi.com

NAPA, CALIF.

Napa Valley Restaurant Month

When, where: Through Jan. 31, various restaurants

Highlights: Sample some of Napa's best food at a steep discount. Thomas Keller's Bouchon Bistro, for example, is offering a three-course prix-fixe dinner for $25, while others offer half-off wine. More than 30 chefs are participating in this first annual event, part of California Restaurant Month.

Cost: Varies by venue; mention "Napa Valley Restaurant Month" at participating restaurants to receive the discount

Info: (707) 226-5813, http://www.legendarynapavalley.com

--Avital Binshtock

itinerary@latimes.com

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