Woods Hole Science Stroll Planned for August

FALMOUTH- More than a dozen Woods Hole organizations will offer exhibits, demonstrations, hands-on displays and children’s activities during this year’s 2018 ‘Woods Hole Science Stroll’.

During the gathering, visitors will be able to participate in activities around the area including a tour of a research vessel and a sailing ship, watching a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter search and rescue demonstration (weather permitting), and even the chance to see instruments that explore the deep sea.

Also on display will be informational desks that describe the lives of whales and sea turtles, squid, plastics in the ocean, coastal erosion, climate change, and much more.

Participating organizations during this year’s event will include the Marine Biological Laboratory, NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center, the Sea Education Association, Woods Hole Research Center, and more.

The free event that will be open to all ages will get underway on Saturday, August 11th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Water Street in Woods Hole.

For more information on the program, you can click HERE.

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