Nature’s Core: Pollinators & Water
Thursday, March 14th: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Join the City of Lubbock Water Department and the Science Spectrum, as well as numerous other community partners for the Nature’s Core event, Thursday, March 14th, 2019 from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
This *free event, located in the lobby and on the front lawn of the Science Spectrum, is great way for families to learn about the environment and becoming good stewards of our natural resources.
Enjoy numerous information booths, hands-on activities and crafts that teach; where our water comes from, how to reduce water usage, how the City manages and treats our water supply, how water is essential for all
life, both humans and animals, and things like recycling that we can all do to improve our environment.
March 14th is also National Butterfly Day. At the event, you’ll also learn about how you can help improve the environment for pollinator’s; like bees and butterflies, and even gardening tips for attracting butterflies to your home.
*Standard Science Spectrum Museum and OMNI Theater admission and ticket rates apply this day. Free event located in the lobby and on the front lawn.
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