#14: Closing Night at Seattle Science Festival

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About this event:

Created by Jen Davison

155 Mercer St., Seattle, WA 98109

Each June, ScienceOnlineSeattle partners with the Seattle Science Festival to share and celebrate the tasty science and amazing community in our city!

On Jue 15 we will live-stream the closing event: Our 11th Hour: Straight Talk on Climate Change from People Who Know

This thought-provoking event features three TED-style presentations with world-leading experts on climate change, including Dr. Kevin Trenberth, Dr. Richard Alley and New York Times journalist Andrew Revkin, followed by an uplifting 30-minute opera focused on environmental stewardship set in the Pacific Northwest, Heron and the Salmon Girl, performed by Seattle Opera and Seattle Opera’s Youth Chorus. Emceed by Pulitzer- and Polk-prize winning environmental journalist, Usha McFarling.

FEE: $30 general public, $15 students, $60 preferred seating. Get your tickets here!

LOCATION: Seattle Repertory Theater, 155 Mercer St.

AFTERPARTY: You know we’ll have one! Details to come.

SPONSORS:  This event is jointly sponsored by ScienceOnlineSeattle and these other fine organizations:

Seattle Science Festival
Pacific Science Center


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