Please “catch the buzz” and join us this Saturday, June 25, when Morehead hosts a Family Science Day with a theme of “Native Pollinators.”
We will have lots of free activities! Play Pollination Jeopardy, dance like a bee, craft a pollinator or flower, listen to a story, examine a flower with a ‘Scope on a Rope, do a scavenger hunt in Coker Arboretum, see “Science 360: Flower Power,” and have your face painted with a flower or pollinator.
Also, with paid admission to a regular planetarium program this Saturday (Morehead members free), you get a bonus: the award-winning short “Jeepers Creepers” and a pollination-related tour of the night sky.
Family Science Day happens rain or shine. Events are inside and outside the Morehead Planetarium building from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Amy Sayle will tell the Cherokee Legend of the Milky Way (a story about a wind-pollinated food) during Family Science Day.