What Lies Beneath- Comparative Skeletal Anatomy

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January 11, 2014

1–3pm.

Alley Pond Environmental Center

Douglaston

Young elementary, Tween, Teen, Adult

$24

Event description: Scientifically speaking, science isn't just for scientists! Everyone can tell animals apart from looking at them from the outside, but can they tell them apart from looking at their bones? Come learn about the difference between animal skeletons and humans with fun interactive activities. During this program participants will learn about the different bones and their functions in some of the common animals that inhabit Alley Pond Park. Comparisons will be made between animal and human bodies.

Engage in an afternoon of indoor science, experiments, crafts, and fun. While this is an adult program, children ages 9 and up are welcome as they are accompanied by a participating adult. Workshop may include a nature hike (weather permitting), and live animal demonstration with our animals. Preregistration required.

Address: 228-06 Northern Blvd.
Douglaston, NY 11362
Phone: 718-229-4000
Website: alleypond.com

About Alley Pond Environmental Center

Stroller parking: Yes
Stroller check: Yes

The Alley Pond Environmental Center (APEC), a nonprofit environmental education organization, is dedicated to educating children and adults in the New York metropolitan area, protecting and preserving Alley Pond Park, open spaces and waterbodies, and advocating for sustainable environmental policies and practices.

Alley Pond Park is the home of the Douglaston Estate Windmill, a reminder of their agricultural past. 


Play area: No
Party room: No




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