Learn About Water in Your Neighborhood – at Emerson Wight Park – Wed, August 12th

As part of the Parks and People Learning Program, being undertaken by the US Forest Service, Regreen Springfield and the C3 South End Community Policing Initiative, there is an upcoming event that should be of interest to Springfield residents of all ages.  Come join in the fun and learning…


August 12, 2015
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Emerson Wight Park, Marble Street, Springfield, MA

Come learn about water in the South End Neighborhood, and what benefits it provides you. Water plays a key role in the ecosystem that we live in, and without it nothing would be able to thrive. Having clean water is essential to all living things. Please join us for this fun, informative information session about water.

Plan to attend this FREE informational event, which features demonstrations, outdoor experiments and refreshments. This event aimed at middle and high school aged residents, as well as students. Even if you don’t live in the South End, please come to the event.

This neighborhood event features several researchers from the US Forest Service, who will lead you on a fun, exciting look at the water ecosystem in the city. We will learn about how you can participate in helping to care for the water supply in your neighborhood. This will be a FUN event, and don’t worry if you don’t know much about water; you will know alot more when you leave the event.

  • Learn Something New
  • Easy to Understand Science
  • Fun Filled and Fast Paced
  • Food and Drink
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