Late Nights

Image of an snowy pine treesVirtual Polar Late Night

Join us on Wednesday, November 3rd and travel to the the Poles, Earth's coldest places!

This virtual, online event will include do-at-home educational activities, a trivia game, and a guest presentation about the Arctic Tundra! The event is free and open to visitors of all ages! 

For more information about our late night events, please check out the Late Nights at the Museum page. No registration is required and events are free.

 

 

Activity Schedule

6:00 PM EST: Polar Trivia Game

  • How much do you know about Earth's Poles? Join us and find out!

6:30 PM EST: Craft Activity (TBD)

6:50 PM EST: Guest Presentation - Shrubs, Snow, and Nitrogen: The Arctic Tundra

  • Svea Anderson, PolarTREC educator, will give a short presentation about the arctic tundra and the amazing plants that are able to survive there! Be sure to stay until the end if you have any questions about this awesome environment!

 

Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Time: 6:00 - 7:30 PM EST
Platform: Webex & Live-Streamed to Museum Facebook Page

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Upcoming Events

Click on the link below to download a flyer with a list of our upcoming 2020 Events.