Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Climate Day 2010 @ Pasadena

 NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is hosting a free event in celebration of Climate Day 2010.  Read all about it here.
Friday, March 26: Students/Educators only, grades 6-12
(click here to pre-register)
Saturday, March 27: General public
9 a.m. - 3 p.m. both days
Pasadena Convention Center
Conference Center, Lower Level
300 E. Green Street, Pasadena, CA 91101
(map)
Climate Day will feature hands-on activities, lectures by scientists and experts from NASA and beyond, a giant-illuminated Earth globe, exhibits, games (including Climate Jeopardy!), career information and more. Come along and learn about Earth’s changing climate.
Note that JPL is holding this event at the Pasadena Convention Center, and NOT at JPL.  Registration is required for Friday, but not on Saturday.  Though the event is free, parking is not.

It's a small world.  Who should I see on the Climate Day Info Page, but someone I met while working in Berkeley's analytical chemistry lab?

Asides:
  • Emily Green at Chance of Rain was kind enough to point out this event.
  • One of my coworkers asked me to post fun things to do with kids in the LA metro area that don't require lots of money.  I've labeled all those posts with the LA Kids tag

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