This March, we're putting boots to the ground and talking about all things action based in a fun and inspiring way! Stop by the CU Museum to explore issues connecting art to climate change from the Anthropocene to Alligators, and have fun learning all about taking action against plastic pollution at our Ocean First Institute booth. Get creative, learn how to problem solve and make positive changes in your daily lives through hands on activities, role playing and museum crafts. Be sure to stick around for some Good Natured Fun through activities and games that physicalize the science of our natural world. Enjoy funny skits that cleverly demonstrate how to activate top climate solutions locally in daily life, facilitated and performed by a group of Boulder young women (ages 13-16) who are a part of Young Women’s Voices for Climate (from 10am-1pm). Free and open to the public. Fun for all ages!
LOCATION: Museum of Natural History (Henderson), 1035 Broadway, Boulder, CO
DATE & TIME: Saturday, March 16th, 10 AM to 4 PM