Summer Schedule

Click on the Programs & Events flyer to download it, print it, or send it to a friend!

Click on the flyer to download it, print it, or save it and send it to a friend!

To help you stay abreast of all of the great activities and events we have planned for this summer we have updated our Programs & Events flyer, ran a radio advertisement to feature our expanded Summer Day Camps, finalized the information for the May 12th Kids Science Bash during the Annual Science Fair Convention (May 5, 8-12th), and opened up registration for our summer Adventure Trips; a field trip to Niagara Falls on June 16th, the five day long Wilderness Canoe Trip at the end of July, and the annual Hocking Hills Rappelling Trip on August 18th.

Remember, Pastor and Teachers can get in to the Science Center for Free on Fridays and our Summer Hours begin on Tuesday, May 29th when we will be open from Tuesday through Saturday until Labor Day (instead of just Fridays and Saturdays throughout the school year, Labor Day through Memorial Day).

Watch your mailbox for the next edition of our Truassic Times Newsletter when we’ll be highlighting some exciting new outreach opportunities.

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About Dr. Al Gotch

Albert Gotch was born and raised in the Cleveland, OH area and received his B.A. in Chemistry from Thiel College in Greenville, PA. He then completed his M.S. in Chemistry and Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry at Purdue University studying artificial photosynthesis and small molecule gas phase clusters respectively. He taught college chemistry for 20 years at three different state and private institutions and has worked with many undergraduate and high school science students on research. He has published papers and given presentations on a wide-range of topics including photosynthesis, electrochemistry, fluorescence spectroscopy, molecular structure, chemical education, philosophy of science, and microemulsions. A longstanding research interest has been alternative energy and has included study of artificial photosynthesis, solar energy, wind turbine technology, fuel cells, and energy conservation. Recent research has focused on using biomass as an alternative energy source and a renewable chemical feedstock.

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