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DEN Family Social at JPL Open House

DEN Family Social at JPL Open House

Join the DEN on Sunday, May 16, for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Open House and experience STEM hands-on! We’ll gather to explore JPL together, then meet-up for a picnic lunch (bring your own lunch or purchase at JPL). Discovery Education will raffle off prizes, and we’ll all have a few sweet treats! Sign up so

Even Second Life is Involved in Earth Day

If you have a chance, you might want to check out OneClimate Island which “…provides information about OneClimate.net, an organization which believes people need to be fully aware of the threat of climate change and work together to bring about a fair and sustainable world.” In fact, you might want to check out the following

Balboa Pier DEN Photowalk

Join the Discovery Education team and DEN Members for a morning of photography, networking, and fun, all while adding more resources to the DEN library of media! DEN STARs Dennis Grice and Ken Shelton will be on hand to lead us on a photowalk. We’ll wander the pier and the marina catching a myriad of

Join the DEN and Welcome BACK the Grunions!

  Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike by kalavinka Join Discovery Educator Network members their families on Saturday April 25th for the 2009 Grunion Run! This event will include a bonfire, private Grunion movie presentation at the Cabrillo Aquarium followed by time to explore the aquarium’s exhibits before heading back to the beach to watch the Grunions make

My 1st Grunion Run

Thanks to DEN member Tom Lau… I had the opportunity to attend yet another field trip to a place I have wanted to go for years…. A GRUNION RUN!  It only happens here in CA… we are soo lucky?  Have you ever been on one? Tom and his highschool students piled in the bus at

Museum of Tolerance

I have wanted to go the Museum of Tolerance for well over a year… but you know how it goes… one thing then another.  But when DEN member Char Gould emailed and asked if I wanted to tag-a-long, I didn’t let this opportunity pass.  So off I went with a bunch of high school students. 

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