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    Post: Nashville Science Matters Community Event

    Kate Falk

    Posted on 11/24/10
    (1) Comments

    Join us Saturday, December 4 from 8:30-11 a.m. at the
    Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Ryman Hall C2.
    The National Science Teachers Association, WGBH and
    Nashville Public Television are co-hosting a FREE community
    science event for teachers, students, parents, school
    officials and other community members. Participants will
    engage in exciting hands-on activities, test and evaluate
    various oil spill clean-up methods, learn how to grow a
    plant hydroponically, race solar-powered toy cars, and
    much, much more! They will also hear from Mayor Karl Dean
    who will give the welcoming remarks and WTVF NewsChannel 5
    Meteorologist Lelan Statom, who will give the keynote
    address at the event. Science Matters tote bags filled with
    cool giveaways will be distributed to the first 150 people
    who attend. Visit www.nsta.org/sciencematters/ for more
    information or to learn how to register to attend the
    Nashville Science Matters Community Event.

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