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Live Video Programs

Our upcoming webinars feature octopods and squids with Zoologist Mike Vecchione, the evolution of human diets with Paleoanthropologist Briana Pobiner, and how to draw a dinosaur with two paleoartists as instructors. May 2020 Date Time Event May 22 2pm Video Webinar: Fossil Friday with Paleoanthropologist Briana PobinerSign Up May 23 11am Video Webinar for Families:...

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Visit a Dairy Farm with This Awesome Virtual Field Trip

Topic: Healthy Students,Life Outside School Grades: Elementary School: Classroom Ideas Schools may be closed, but lucky for you and your students, field trips are still a possibility— virtually, anyway . Just check out this amazing (and free!) opportunity from Dairy Council of California. Students in grades 1-6 will love learning all about dairy farming in...

Bored at Home? Take a Virtual Tour of the Country’s Best National Parks (PHOTOS)
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Bored at Home? Take a Virtual Tour of the Country’s Best National Parks (PHOTOS)

In this time of global and national strife, it's great to remind ourselves of our country's natural beauty. While many of our National Parks are still open, some have started to close or close certain parts such as bathrooms and visitor centers, and travel is not advised due to the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing is encouraged to keep the virus' spread at a minimum. But the internet allows us various escapes, so why not tour some of the nation's most beautiful places virtually? Click through the slideshows below to see the top 10 national parks from Thrillist's list.

Take A Virtual Tour Through A 6-Mile Stretch Of Tulip Lanes In Holland, Michigan
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Take A Virtual Tour Through A 6-Mile Stretch Of Tulip Lanes In Holland, Michigan

Unfortunately, the 2020 Tulip Time Festival has been canceled for the first time since the event was founded more than 90 years ago. While most of us won’t have the chance to enjoy Holland’s beloved springtime tradition this time around, we can be grateful for gorgeous photography and virtual tours from years past that allow us to appreciate the sights of the season from afar.

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