The Flagstaff Festival of Science is a free, 10-day season in science occurring each year at the end of September in Flagstaff, Ariz. More than 90 activities include signature events such as the Shoemaker Keynote Presentation, the Flagstaff Star Party, Science in the Park, After School Talks, Twilight Talks and SCI Talks (Science, Communication, Innovation Talks). Other activities include: open houses at museums, observatories, state and national parks, Meteor Crater and research stations; guided hikes and field trips to archaeological sites, Apollo training mission grounds, cinder cones and lava river caves, Sedona Red Rocks, the ponderosa pine forest and sustainable buildings; and hands-on events including the Fantastic Voyage kid-size health fair, Northern Arizona University’s Science and Engineering Day and Early Childhood activities.
Flagstaff, AZ, United States. 09.23.2016 - 10.02.2016
Webinar: Marketing to and planning for bilingual audiences
Webinar: Festival steering committees and advisory boards
Webinar: College students and festival engagement