Kids’ Earth Day and March for Science Activities
Date(s) - 04/21/2017
NOTE THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY OCCURRED
Downtown Ann Arbor Library, 3rd floor freespace room
343 S 5th Ave., Ann Arbor
Join kids and families for science and art activities, interactive educational presentations, postcard writing, and sign making for the 4/22 March for Science. Volunteers will lead kids in activities that demonstrate why science is important to defend and how it improves our lives. Learn about protecting our planet, the Great Lakes, science, and our democracy! Kids can write postcards to urge funding for issues that matter the most to them. Postcards, stamps, and sign-making supplies provided. Free and open to the Public. All ages welcome.
The event is in the 3rd floor Freespace Room. The event is hosted by a small group of civic minded science educators and supporters.
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