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Be an H2O-ologist!

Be an H2O-ologist!
Sun, Apr 23

01:00 pm - 03:00 pm

The earth is covered in water from big oceans to small ponds. We need it to cook, shower, drink, and much more. Put on a lab coat and explore how water impacts both the animal and human communities of the Delaware River. Attendees will make a lab coat (out of a trash bag), use red cabbage as a pH indicator, explore how waterfowl feathers stay dry (water and oil experiment), sink/float experiments and make their own aluminum boats.
  • Tickets

    No reservation required

    Price: Free

  • Location

    Pier 68 Philadelphia Waterfront

    1751 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard - at the end of Pier 70 Boulevard

    Philadelphia, PA, 19148


  • Partners

    Natural Lands Trust
    Natural Lands Trust
    Natural Lands Trust, the region’s foremost conservation organization, protects the forests, fields, wetlands, and streams that are essential to the sustainability and quality of life in eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey.
    Delaware River Waterfront Corporation
    Delaware River Waterfront Corporation
    The fundamental purpose of DRWC is to design, develop and manage the central Delaware River waterfront in Philadelphia between Oregon and Allegheny Avenues. DRWC intends to transform the central Delaware River waterfront into a vibrant destination location for recreational, cultural, and commercial activities for the residents and visitors of Philadelphia. DRWC will serve as a catalyst for high-quality investment in public parks, trails, maritime, residential, retail, hotel and other improvements that create a vibrant amenity, extending Philadelphia to the river’s edge.