30 Wednesday / September 30, 2020

WonderLab Discovery Time for ages 3-6 years – Space Exploration

09:00 am to 09:30 am
Virtual Event
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMocuGoqTwiEtDg3wDrqoFIMZJGSPkVEkG5?_x_zm_rtaid=kRjTPKYkS-eE_D3GqKBhJQ.1600293208789.769deb01af4b4d9277420ba28462c97f&_x_zm_rhtaid=864

Join Sarah Lynn and Nell as we finish up our theme of space! This week we will learn all about space exploration. We will be making cardboard tube rockets! Activities designed for ages 3-6. All welcome.

Children / Education

30 Wednesday / September 30, 2020

Science Explorations for Grades 1-6 – The Moon

03:00 pm to 03:30 pm
Virtual Event
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcpfuyorzIiHdzZSUBQa4bovpit-oJ-tkuX?_x_zm_rtaid=kRjTPKYkS-eE_D3GqKBhJQ.1600293208789.769deb01af4b4d9277420ba28462c97f&_x_zm_rhtaid=864

Join WonderLab educators as we learn about the Moon! We will learn about the surface, exploration on the Moon, and why it appears different throughout the month. We will show you a crater experiment to do at home. This is an activity appropriate for all elementary ages that connects to Earth and Space Science NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) across grade levels Indiana Earth and Space Science Standards for grades four and six. Bring your curiosity and wonder to explore patterns in the sky and our changing view from Earth. All welcome. Activities designed for Grades 1-6.

Children / Education

30 Wednesday / September 30, 2020

Science Sprouts for children birth through age 3 – Planets

04:00 pm to 04:30 pm
Virtual Events
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0rcO6grz8jG9WcLGG1NJ5a_UMiDnP3SpCw

For our last week of space, we will talk about humans and space exploration. We will discuss the history of human space travel and what is happening now! We will also learn a little bit about how space vehicles are designed. We will finish up with a telescope-making activity. All welcome. Activities designed for children ages 0-3 years.

Children / Education

11 Sunday / October 11, 2020

Earth Science Week


Monroe Lake
http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms

Geology lovers will find lots to learn about during a week-long celebration of Earth Science Week at Monroe Lake from Sunday, Oct. 11 through Saturday, Oct. 17.

Three of the programs require advance registration and have limited space available. They are a Geology Driving Tour around the lake area on Monday, Oct. 12 (http://bit.ly/geotour2020), a paddling trip that will highlight the geology of the Allens Creek peninsula on Tuesday, Oct. 13 (http://bit.ly/exploremonroeoct13), and a crinoid fossil bed hike on Friday, Oct. 16 (http://bit.ly/crinoidhike2020).

Additional activities are scheduled throughout the week at Paynetown State Recreation Area, 4850 S. State Road 446, and are open to all visitors without registration. The full schedule of is available online at http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms.

“South-central Indiana has a lot of interesting geological features, many of which are highlighted in the area around Monroe Lake,” observed Jill Vance, interpretive naturalist. “Earth Science Week is a great opportunity for people to explore and learn more.”

Property admission to Paynetown (4850 S. State Road 446) is $7 per vehicle, with Indiana license plates ($9 per vehicle with out-of-state plates). Questions about Earth Science Week programming should be directed to Jill Vance, Interpretive Naturalist, at 812-837-9967 or [email protected]

Children / Education / Fitness / Outdoors

12 Monday / October 12, 2020

Earth Science Week


Monroe Lake
http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms

Geology lovers will find lots to learn about during a week-long celebration of Earth Science Week at Monroe Lake from Sunday, Oct. 11 through Saturday, Oct. 17.

Three of the programs require advance registration and have limited space available. They are a Geology Driving Tour around the lake area on Monday, Oct. 12 (http://bit.ly/geotour2020), a paddling trip that will highlight the geology of the Allens Creek peninsula on Tuesday, Oct. 13 (http://bit.ly/exploremonroeoct13), and a crinoid fossil bed hike on Friday, Oct. 16 (http://bit.ly/crinoidhike2020).

Additional activities are scheduled throughout the week at Paynetown State Recreation Area, 4850 S. State Road 446, and are open to all visitors without registration. The full schedule of is available online at http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms.

“South-central Indiana has a lot of interesting geological features, many of which are highlighted in the area around Monroe Lake,” observed Jill Vance, interpretive naturalist. “Earth Science Week is a great opportunity for people to explore and learn more.”

Property admission to Paynetown (4850 S. State Road 446) is $7 per vehicle, with Indiana license plates ($9 per vehicle with out-of-state plates). Questions about Earth Science Week programming should be directed to Jill Vance, Interpretive Naturalist, at 812-837-9967 or [email protected]

Children / Education / Fitness / Outdoors

15 Thursday / October 15, 2020

Earth Science Week


Monroe Lake
http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms

Geology lovers will find lots to learn about during a week-long celebration of Earth Science Week at Monroe Lake from Sunday, Oct. 11 through Saturday, Oct. 17.

Three of the programs require advance registration and have limited space available. They are a Geology Driving Tour around the lake area on Monday, Oct. 12 (http://bit.ly/geotour2020), a paddling trip that will highlight the geology of the Allens Creek peninsula on Tuesday, Oct. 13 (http://bit.ly/exploremonroeoct13), and a crinoid fossil bed hike on Friday, Oct. 16 (http://bit.ly/crinoidhike2020).

Additional activities are scheduled throughout the week at Paynetown State Recreation Area, 4850 S. State Road 446, and are open to all visitors without registration. The full schedule of is available online at http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms.

“South-central Indiana has a lot of interesting geological features, many of which are highlighted in the area around Monroe Lake,” observed Jill Vance, interpretive naturalist. “Earth Science Week is a great opportunity for people to explore and learn more.”

Property admission to Paynetown (4850 S. State Road 446) is $7 per vehicle, with Indiana license plates ($9 per vehicle with out-of-state plates). Questions about Earth Science Week programming should be directed to Jill Vance, Interpretive Naturalist, at 812-837-9967 or [email protected]

Children / Education / Fitness / Outdoors

16 Friday / October 16, 2020

Earth Science Week


Monroe Lake
http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms

Geology lovers will find lots to learn about during a week-long celebration of Earth Science Week at Monroe Lake from Sunday, Oct. 11 through Saturday, Oct. 17.

Three of the programs require advance registration and have limited space available. They are a Geology Driving Tour around the lake area on Monday, Oct. 12 (http://bit.ly/geotour2020), a paddling trip that will highlight the geology of the Allens Creek peninsula on Tuesday, Oct. 13 (http://bit.ly/exploremonroeoct13), and a crinoid fossil bed hike on Friday, Oct. 16 (http://bit.ly/crinoidhike2020).

Additional activities are scheduled throughout the week at Paynetown State Recreation Area, 4850 S. State Road 446, and are open to all visitors without registration. The full schedule of is available online at http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms.

“South-central Indiana has a lot of interesting geological features, many of which are highlighted in the area around Monroe Lake,” observed Jill Vance, interpretive naturalist. “Earth Science Week is a great opportunity for people to explore and learn more.”

Property admission to Paynetown (4850 S. State Road 446) is $7 per vehicle, with Indiana license plates ($9 per vehicle with out-of-state plates). Questions about Earth Science Week programming should be directed to Jill Vance, Interpretive Naturalist, at 812-837-9967 or [email protected]

Children / Education / Fitness / Outdoors

17 Saturday / October 17, 2020

Earth Science Week


Monroe Lake
http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms

Geology lovers will find lots to learn about during a week-long celebration of Earth Science Week at Monroe Lake from Sunday, Oct. 11 through Saturday, Oct. 17.

Three of the programs require advance registration and have limited space available. They are a Geology Driving Tour around the lake area on Monday, Oct. 12 (http://bit.ly/geotour2020), a paddling trip that will highlight the geology of the Allens Creek peninsula on Tuesday, Oct. 13 (http://bit.ly/exploremonroeoct13), and a crinoid fossil bed hike on Friday, Oct. 16 (http://bit.ly/crinoidhike2020).

Additional activities are scheduled throughout the week at Paynetown State Recreation Area, 4850 S. State Road 446, and are open to all visitors without registration. The full schedule of is available online at http://bitly.com/monroelakeprograms.

“South-central Indiana has a lot of interesting geological features, many of which are highlighted in the area around Monroe Lake,” observed Jill Vance, interpretive naturalist. “Earth Science Week is a great opportunity for people to explore and learn more.”

Property admission to Paynetown (4850 S. State Road 446) is $7 per vehicle, with Indiana license plates ($9 per vehicle with out-of-state plates). Questions about Earth Science Week programming should be directed to Jill Vance, Interpretive Naturalist, at 812-837-9967 or [email protected]

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