Digging into the past over March Break

2011-03-11

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Media Advisory – Photo & Story Opportunity
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, MARCH 11, 2011

DIGGING INTO THE PAST OVER MARCH BREAK

WHO: Let’s Talk Science volunteers will be leading up to 100 kids, ages 5 to 12, through hands-on science activities to learn about dinosaurs and fossils.

WHAT: To discover how difficult it is to dig for dinosaur bones, children will try to dig the chocolate chips out of a cookie using a toothpick. They will also learn how to put together a dinosaur skeleton and make their own dinosaur fossil to take home!

WHERE: New Tecumseth Public Library, Memorial Branch, 17 Victoria St. E, Alliston, Ontario

WHEN: Tuesday, March 15, 2011, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Photos of the science activities and story opportunities are available throughout the day.

MEDIA CONTACT:

Nicole Kaiser
1-877-474-4081 x232
E-mail: nkaiser@letstalkscience.ca

ABOUT LET’S TALK SCIENCE
Let’s Talk Science is an award-winning, national, non-profit, science outreach organization. Let’s Talk Science creates and delivers science learning programs and services that turn children and youth on to science, keep them engaged in learning and develop their potential to become 21st century citizens, innovators and stewards.

Let’s Talk Science engages more than 2,200 enthusiastic volunteers across Canada to turn more than 110,000 kids on to science, engineering and technology each year. For more information about Let’s Talk Science, please visit www.letstalkscience.ca.