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Science in The Park
September 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
REGISTRATION REQUIRED TO ENSURE THAT WE ARE ABLE TO FOLLOW COVID PROTOCOLS. THANK YOU! Register HERE
This event will be a family friendly, hands-on water science day of fun. Hosted by Mad Science of Portland, we will learn about water science, and share some information about what individuals can do in their everyday lives to protect water quality. Turn your thinking cap on at the water discovery stations and take home your own grab n’ go science kit!
This event will have COVID-19 safety regulations, see full details at the end of this page.
Who: Everyone is welcome, families encouraged!
What: Science in the Park! Water show, discovery station, grab n go science kits.
Where: Mill Park, 6201 SE Overland St. Milwaukie, OR
When: Saturday, September 26, 2020, from 10am-12pm
JCWC hosts Science in the Park in partnership with North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District, and Clackamas Water Environment Services as a fun way to learn about water ecology and quality. We hope to provide an engaging afternoon for Johnson Creek watershed residents and families to learn how we can all be better neighbors to the non-human species who call this area home, too!
COVID-19 Safety Protocols
Here are the precautions we will be taking at this and other events:
- Smaller group sizes
- Provide access to water and soap at event
- Post signs with hygiene protocol at event sites
- Keep active watch of CDC and County/City Health Department updates
- Review protocol with all volunteers at the beginning of each project
- If food is provided, it will be pre-packaged
We ask that attendees:
- Bring and wear a face covering
- Bring their own full water bottle
- Wash hands thoroughly for 20 seconds with soap and water before coming
- Maintain social distance from others during events
- Stay home if sick or have been around someone who is sick or suspect that they have been exposed to the corona virus
- Bring hand sanitizer (70% alcohol) to share if available
- Cough and sneeze into tissue or arm/sleeve to avoid spreading droplets
- Stay home if immunocompromised or susceptible to respiratory infections
Contact Courtney at [email protected] with any questions.