Join us on Wednesday, February 2nd for our first Late Night event of the semester - this month's theme is Climate Change! Whether we like it or not, the Earth's climate is changing. Join us for an evening about what we can expect in a warming climate and what we can do to help fight it!


Event Schedule

6:00PM: Climate Change Trivia - How much do you know about the effects of climate change? Join our Trivia Game and find out!

6:30PM: Coloring the Climate Record Activity

  • Supplies needed: graph paper, the climate record, crayons/coloring pencils (purple, red, 3 shades of pink, white, light blue, and dark blue), scissors, tape

6:45PM: "Plants in the Warming Arctic" Guest Presentation by Melissa Lau, PolarTREC Educator

Tune in here!


Our Late Night events, held once per month on Wednesday evenings, will continue virtually this semester! Each Virtual Late Night consists of do-at-home arts & crafts, a trivia game, and a presentation by a guest speaker. Activities are related to the night's specific theme, which come from a variety of natural history topics including geology, anthropology, astronomy, paleontology, biology and more. Late Nights events are designed to educate, as well as entertain, and can benefit children and adults alike!