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Open Houses—Field Trips—Talks—After School Workshops Registration

The 2018 Flagstaff Festival of Science: Accelerating into the Future will explore astounding changes our lives will take in the next few years. For example, medical science is finding ways to reverse paralysis and replace bad genes; sustainable energy is becoming more efficient and affordable; computer recognition is tightening our personal security; and, artificial intelligence is getting smarter: our vehicles will soon be driving themselves! Feel free to be as imaginative as you like with titles and descriptions, playing off the Accelerating Into the Future theme if possible. Completed forms are due Monday, April 23, 2018. Events will be confirmed in May. For more information, call 928-380-4349.

  • After School Talks will be at 4 & 5 p.m., M-F Sept. 24 – 28 at Lowell Observatory.
  • Twilight Talks will be at 6:30 p.m., M-F Sept. 24 – 28 at the Museum of Northern Arizona.
  • Open Houses and Field Trips are usually scheduled on the weekends.
  • *New* After School Workshops should be scheduled in the afternoon/early evening or weekends and should be interactive.

Please contact with questions. Toastmasters Members have offered to help with presentation skills, please inquire.

  • Science in the Park will be 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 22, at Wheeler Park.  Please go to the Science in the Park page to register.
  • In-School Presentations will occur during and around the Festival. Please go to the In School Presentations page to sign up.

The organization or individual listed above will participate in the following:

Please provide details for each type of event chosen:

(1) Provide a title and description of the activity. How will it be interactive and engaging?

(2)Please indicate preferred dates and times for activity (list more than one option if possible):

Open HouseField TripScience in the ParkAfter School TalkTwilight TalkAfter School WorkshopOther

For Talks:

Will you be bringing your presentation on a thumb drive or a computer? (if Mac, bring VGA adapter)
Thumb DriveComputer

Will you be using:
AudioDVDNeed access to the internet?

Other A/V needs?