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Mankita, Jay Home Sweet Home - Build A Better World 2017! Music,
Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Other
Build a more sustainable world with Jay Mankita's fun, interactive songs on reducing, reusing, recycling, and renewing, plus composting, anti-littering, and groundwater awareness. Serious topics, framed in fun! An exciting mix of material featuring Jay’s guitar and keyboard, After 2,000 performances throughout the Northeast, Jay is ready to rock, enrich, and inspire with his eco-friendly show! This concert is great for all-age audiences, and as in all Playful Earth concerts, there is nothing 'juvenile' here; older kids and parents/caregivers will love the show.
$351- $500
Sears, Susan Who Goes There? Animal Tracks Nature- Animals,
Science
Something big has been this way and left tracts in the dirt. Is it a monster, bigfoot or is the local wildlife hanging around? Come solve the mystery of the footprints. Make a cast of an animal track to take home. Dress for mess!
$101- $200
Penske, Tara Scrubs, Scrubs, Scrubs! An essential oil experience Health & Fitness- Other,
Nature- Other,
Science
Scrubs, Scrubs, Scrubs! An easy and effective way to incorporate Aromatherapy and essential oils into facial and body scrubs. Participants will create four types of scrubs that they can use immediately. Learn how Sugar and Salt Scrubs can be created to exfoliate and brighten your skin while enhancing addressing mod and health issues. $275 (Tweens, teens and Adults)
$201- $350
Riotto, Mary Diane Glow Geology(Grades 3-5) Nature- Environment,
Science,
Visual Arts- Crafts
These rock stars of the mineral world really get their glow on! In this program, older students will create their very own glow in the dark rock as they way learn the secrets of: fluorescence and phosphorescence, visible light (what humans can see)and animals that can naturally see beyond visible light into Ultraviolet and Infrared. We will also touch on light waves and why some objects phosphoresce or fluoresce, and learn about some animals and plants that are bioluminescent. This workshop is developmentally appropriate,hands on and very kid friendly. It can be paired with Glow Geology Junior for grades K-2
$201- $350
Fires, Karin DIVERSITY of LIFE Nature- Animals,
Nature- Other
Wildlife Educators Coalition (WEC) brings a variety of live, exotic animals to your location and demonstrates some of the amazing variety of life found on this planet. We start with a general monologue about diversity and some surprising facts about life forms. We then go to the live animals, beginning with insects to lizards to snakes to tortoises & turtles. In this part, WEC volunteers carry different types of each species around the room so people can get up close and ask questions. Some of the animals can be touched. Volunteers with hand sanitizer follow. From there we go to our higher level animals--a cockatoo and a variety of mammals, culminating with a fun and educational visit from Maggie, our black-handed spider monkey.
$501- $1000
FELDMAN, GARY (ORGANIC FOOD/NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS) IS IT MOTHER NATURE OR WEATHER MODIFICATION? Life Skills- Other,
Nature- Environment,
Nature- Other
Global warming, climate change, solar energy, and renewable energy – we hear it all the time, but what does all this mean? Gary will bring you into the world of GEO-ENGINEERING, which is changing our atmosphere and creating EXTREME WEATHER. We will talk about what it is, how it was created, and how it impacts your life. Is it causing more allergies, asthma and new viruses? Learn what aspect of atmospheric alteration contributes to MEMORY LOSS, DEMENTIA and ALZHEIMER’S disease. Find out how climate change is drastically diminishing many species of life, the #1 commodity in the world, and what will be available to us on supermarket shelves. Fracking, cloud seeding, GE trees– so much is bombarding our environment. Is human intervention the answer to global warming? Come and be part of this enlightening presentation.
$201- $350
Wilson, Judy Pumpkin Patch Nature- Environment,
Nature- Gardening,
Visual Arts- Crafts
Let's talk about squash! Early June is the perfect time for Fall pumpkins harvest,as well as the other squash varieties we will be planting. Create garden markers and have a tasty snack.
$201- $350
FELDMAN, GARY (ORGANIC FOOD/NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS) ORGANIC FOOD FACTS MADE SIMPLE Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Food,
Nature- Environment
Gary Feldman, consumer food educator, will teach you the crucial differences between organic and conventional food, and give you the vital knowledge you need to become a savvy “green” consumer. Gary will answer your questions regarding organic food. Learn the meaning of organic and how organic food is grown. Learn the correlation between how conventional food is grown and why so many of us develop brittle bones. Learn about various organic certifications to look for on food labels, and how to decode produce stickers. Organic food – costs too much? Overrated? This program will provide you with much resourceful information on how to shop for organic food including the most reasonably priced and nutritious food choices.
$201- $350
Beltrani, Susan Eat Like a Bird Nature- Animals,
Nature- Environment,
Science
Find out how the shape of a birds beak decides what it can eat. Participants pretend to be birds to test different models of bird beaks. By using their 'beaks' (spoons, chopsticks, tweezers) students attempt to pick up various types of food. This is a fun way to understand adaptation and biodiversity! Participants take home the materials & directions to make their own bird feeder.
$101- $200
Conrad, Bob The Magic of Recycling Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Magic,
Science
Bob Conrad brings to this program over three decades of experience performing educational assembly programs in schools. Using a large number of performing skills, including, Music,Puppets, Magic, and Ventriloquism, he makes learning about the importance of Recycling fun and exciting. When this serious subject is presented in a light-hearted manner, all your students will understand and remember the reasons WHY we must recycle and HOW they can help. Students young and old will be amazed by the magic and charmed by the puppet characters Gomer and Mr. Bird, and they will cheer for their classmates in Bob Conrad's Recycled Rhythm Band. The Magic of Recycling is fun from beginning to end, with an important message that will be long remembered. Bob Conrad is the author/illustrator of several educational books for children.
$351- $500
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