Whale Festival to Feature Blue Whale Bones and New Science ant Art Festival

The Noyo Center for Marine Science — future home of Fort Bragg’s 75-foot Blue Whale skeleton — is sponsoring the first annual Marine Science and Art Fair  1pm-4pm, Sunday, March 16, at Town Hall, 363 N. Main Street (corner of Laurel and Main) in Fort Bragg. It’s the newest addition to the Fort Bragg Whale […]
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The Noyo Center for Marine Science — future home of Fort Bragg’s 75-foot Blue Whale skeleton — is sponsoring the first annual Marine Science and Art Fair  1pm-4pm, Sunday, March 16, at Town Hall, 363 N. Main Street (corner of Laurel and Main) in Fort Bragg. It’s the newest addition to the Fort Bragg Whale Festival.

This year’s fair will feature science and art projects from local kids in grades kindergarten through 6th at the Montessori Del Mar School.

Noyo Center staff has worked with students in a pilot education program, introducing students to marine mammals and the Fort Bragg Blue Whale. Hands‐on scientific investigation, inventions, and creativity are the focus of the fair as the kids explore the concepts of size in marine mammals.

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