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Apollo 16 pilot General Charlie Duke is launching the 30th annual Flagstaff Festival of Science. This free 10-day festival serves to connect and inspire the citizens of Northern Arizona, particularly youth, with the wonders of science and the joy of scientific discovery. Enjoy field trips, guided hikes, star parties, hands-on exhibits, presentations, and archaeological excavations […]Find out more »
DESERT MAMMALS is the topic today. Homeschool students will have fun learning at San Tan Mountain Regional Park with classroom discussion and activities, hands-on craft project, and one-mile trail walk. Space is limited. Bring water, hat, closed-toed shoes, and sunscreen. Feel free to bring binoculars if you have them. See website for details.Find out more »
Joseph Kezele, M.D., discusses the formation of amber during Noah’s Flood, special properties of honey, and unique behaviors and anatomy of honeybees involved with honey production. (Lectures are free, but voluntary donations are always welcome.)Find out more »