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December 2018

New! Brownie Girl Scouts: Be a Space Science Adventurer!

December 15
Treworgy Planetarium

Our NEW workshops will provide Girl Scouts with the knowledge, materials, and encouragement to complete the NEW Space Science badges!

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January 2019

New! Junior Girl Scouts: Be a Space Science Investigator!

January 5, 2019
Treworgy Planetarium

By the end of this two-hour workshop, Junior girl scouts will have completed MOST of the requirements for their Space Science Explorer badge.

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New! Daisy Girl Scouts: Be a Space Science Explorer!

January 19, 2019
Treworgy Planetarium

By the end of this two-hour workshop, Daisy girl scouts will have completed ALL of the requirements for their Space Science Explorer badge.

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February 2019

New! Brownie Girl Scouts: Be a Space Science Adventurer!

February 9, 2019
Treworgy Planetarium

Our NEW workshops will provide girl scouts with the knowledge, materials, and encouragement to complete the NEW Space Science badges!

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New! Junior Girl Scouts: Be a Space Science Investigator!

February 16, 2019
Treworgy Planetarium

By the end of this two-hour workshop, Junior girl scouts will have completed MOST of the requirements for their Space Science Explorer badge.

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April 2019

Introduction to Coastal Weather

April 13, 2019

The course will cover interpretation of weather maps, satellite images and marine weather forecasts – “the big picture” – but will concentrate on local observations which we can all make.

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May 2019

Introduction to Coastal Navigation

May 11, 2019

This three-day workshop will provide a hands-on approach to determining your position using charts and features in the water and ashore.

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June 2019

Boating with Directions by Magnetic Compass

June 2, 2019
A mariner's compass manufactured by Jonathan Eade, circa 1750. Such compasses were crucial tools to assist mariners in determining in which direction they were sailing. Image courtesy National Maritime Museum, London.

This workshop will teach the students to understand the Earth’s magnetic field and its influence on the compass.

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Boating with Tides and Tidal Currents

June 22, 2019
A mariner's compass manufactured by Jonathan Eade, circa 1750. Such compasses were crucial tools to assist mariners in determining in which direction they were sailing. Image courtesy National Maritime Museum, London.

This workshop will teach the student to understand the Earth’s magnetic field and its influence on the compass

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