Archive for September 14th, 2010

Sid the Science Kid is coming to the California Science Center on Sunday September 26th. During this FREE event, open to the public from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., kids and their parents will be able to watch, touch, discover and explore their world at several interactive stations throughout Ecosystems, the Science Center’s newest exhibit gallery.

At the interactive stations, Little Scientists will learn about different science concepts and discover the rules of ecology, helping them understand more about some of the Earth’s most fascinating ecosystems and become better stewards of the environment while journaling about the day in their Sid the Science Kid Journal.

They will:

Investigate. In The LA Zone, Little Scientists will learn about the importance of recycling and how to sort through items and decide what can be reused.
Explore. At the touch tanks located in the Rocky Shore and Central Organizer, kids will get up close and personal with some of the creatures who live along the rocky shore.
Compare and Contrast. In the Curator’s Lab, Little Scientists will learn how kelp is different from plants, and how brine shrimp is different from other tiny sea creatures.

I love the beach and a good cause. Save the Beach helps clean our beaches by conducting monthly beach and wetlands cleanups in Seal Beach and Long Beach.  You can support this great organization by participating in Save the Beach’s Walk for the Beach. 
Walk for the Beach and will take place this Saturday, September 18th. There will be yoga, a kids zone, boot camp and much more. Registration is $20 and includes parking. You can register online here.
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