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Saturday, April 18, 2020, 10 AM–5:45 PM

American Museum of Natural History

EarthFest

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day at this family-friendly festival focused on the science of climate change and potential solutions for a sustainable New York City. Explore how Museum collections provide a window into our shifting climate, how studying the atmospheres of other planets can reveal what’s happening here on Earth, and how to design solutions may help mitigate climate change in coastal cities like our own. The festival features special performances, hands-on activities, and educational stations where you can learn about the past, present, and future of our beloved planet.

Identification Day at EarthFest 2020

Featured at this year’s EarthFest will be the Museum’s annual Identification Day. Bring your own specimens to be identified by Museum scientists, and get an up-close look at the Museum’s rarely seen collections, focusing on uncovering clues to understanding Earth’s changing climate.

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Saturday, May 16, 2020, 9 AM–3 PM

Harlem Armory, 40 West 143rd Street, NY, 10037

Super Saturday STEM Expo

SUPER SATURDAY is an annual STEM expo. Designed for New York City youth and their families, the event features hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) activities, and demonstrations. Harlem public school students in Pre-K to Grade 12 that attend Community School District 5 exhibit their STEM projects, alongside activity booths set up by museums, science & technology centers, colleges & universities, non-profits, professionals, companies, libraries, corporations, government agencies, and more. In addition to 100+ activity and exhibit booths, the 2018 event will include a K-12 chess tournament and a Math competition. Since the first Super Saturday attendance has grown from ~200 to nearly 2,500 youth, parents, community leaders and STEM professionals.

The SUPER SATURDAY STEM EXPO is presented by Manhattan’s Community School District 5, Harlem Children’s Zone, Abyssinian Development Corporation, The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem, ELiTE and TECHROW.

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