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Saturday, November 14, 2009
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Water: H2O = Life

Opening of Water exhibit 

Great Lakes Science Center is bringing to the forefront one of its core content areas with its newest exhibition, Water: H2O=Life. Opening November 14 and running through April 11, 2010, this engaging and thought-provoking exhibition illuminates some of the many challenges related to the sustainable management and use of the life-giving, but finite, resource, water.

Water: H2O=Life aims to inspire visitors to reconsider their relationship with water as it addresses the most compelling issues facing societies and ecosystems in the 21st century. More than 90 artifacts and models, as well as a variety of hands-on exhibits are featured to highlight the diverse aspects of water and the role it plays in shaping our planet. The innovations people are creating all over the world to access and preserve water are paired with simple ways visitors can take action to help conserve our planet's water.

More information.

Opening of Water exhibit  Great Lakes Science Center is bringing to the forefront one of its core content areas with its newest exhibition, Water: H2O=Life. Opening November 14 and running through April 11, 2010, this engaging and thought-provoking exhibition illuminates some of the many challenges related to the sustainable management and use of the life-giving, but finite, resource, water. Water: H2O=Life aims to inspire visitors to reconsider their relationship with water as it addresses the most compelling issues facing societies and ecosystems in the 21st century. More than 90 artifacts and models, as well as a variety of hands-on exhibits are featured to highlight the diverse aspects of water and the role it plays in shaping our planet. The innovations people are creating all over the world to access and preserve water are paired with simple ways visitors can take action to help conserve our planet's water. More information.

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