Volunteer Event Form
The 2019 Flagstaff Festival of Science presents: “To the Moon and Beyond!”
To help celebrate Flagstaff’s long legacy of training astronauts from the Apollo missions to present day, the 10th and youngest person to ever walk on the Moon, Apollo 16 lunar module pilot, General Charlie Duke is scheduled to be this year’s W.L. Gore & Associates keynote speaker!
This is a formal call for programs to share with the community. How are you “shooting for the moon” with your research and/or programs? Workshops, talks, trips, and programs do not have to be lunar themed to be apart of the 2019 Flagstaff Festival of Science as long as there is a highlight on innovative Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math.
Feel free to be as imaginative as you like with your program titles and descriptions. Completed forms are due Tuesday, April 30th 2019. Events will be confirmed in June. For more information, call 928-380-4349.
- Lectures (should be scheduled between 4-6:30 PM Monday-Friday and some on weekends)
- Open Houses and Field Trips (should be scheduled in the afternoon/early evening or weekends)
- Workshops (should be scheduled Monday to Friday, after 4, or on weekends, and should be interactive).
**Events will be confirmed by mid-June**
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 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. 21 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.