Ever wonder how a mechanical musical instrument plays itself? Or how rhythms relate to math? What does an organologist do? During a “STEM” guided tour, scouts will learn how arts and music relate to science, technology, engineering, and math. They will also participate in a drumming activity and experience firsthand how different materials produce varying sounds.
(January 4th-November 29th, Saturdays) Share books, stories, music, and activities in a fun interactive program that builds early literacy skills and introduces children to science and math.
Meet a resident critter and learn about the work. Presented by Joan Cass with Tucson Wildlife Center
Scientist-author Jim Walker visits Prescott Audubon Society on May 22, 2014 at 7:00 PM to share his lively, humorous lecture and slideshow exploring the world of dragonflies, including his own slow-motion-capture videos of dragonflies bathing and spin-drying. Walker, known to friends as “The Dragonfly Whisperer”, will even share tips on how to coax a dragonfly to perch on your finger!