Dana Point Free Family Friendly Science Night on Wednesday May 7 2019.
Dana Point Science Night is at The Dana Point Community Center at 6:30pm till 8:00pm.
Dana Point Science Night Presents an interactive and hands-on presentation: “An Introduction to Tidepooling: The Basics of Exploring our Marine Protected Areas”.
Bringing a collection of intertidal specimen with various bones, shells, and artifacts, Tidepool Educator Suzanne Welsh will be sharing what incredible life can be found along our shores.
Real examples for individuals to touch, feel, and inspect will help explain tidepool ecology and how to responsibly enjoy our precious Marine Protected Areas.
Suzanne Welsh is a tidepool educator with 10 years of experience leading education programs and engaging the public through outreach throughout Orange County’s Marine Protected Areas.
She is currently the Docent Coordinator for Laguna Ocean Foundation, where she provides education to the public about intertidal ecology in addition to training and managing the volunteer tidepool educators found throughout Laguna Beach.
Dana Point Science Night Schedule
Presentations feature local and esteemed experts from the scientific community.
The Dana Point Community Center is located at 34052 Del Obispo Street.
Learn about current Science-related topics presented in a family-friendly format.
Generally, hands-on activities and/or displays will be present and geared towards children.
Please contact the Natural Resources Department for more information at
DPnaturalresources@danapoint.org or (949) 248-3527