Sitka Youth Sleuths needed Jan. 28 for Eco-Discovery Day at Sitka Sound Science Center

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Attention, calling all Sitka Youth Sleuths! Bella the Baby Sea Urchin has been swept away by a strong ocean current and she can’t be found. We need your help.

Come to the Sitka Sound Science Center between 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Sitka Sound Science Center. Come solve the mystery and reunite Bella with her family. Those who crack the case earn their very own Eco-Discovery button upon completion of the investigation.

There will be multiple stations with hands-on activities appropriate for children between kindergarten and sixth grade. The expected time it takes to solve the mystery is 30-45 minutes. Kids should be accompanied by an adult.

Eco-Discovery is coordinated by a partnership between the Sitka Sound Science Center, Sitka National Historical Park and Sitka Conservation Society. For more information about the event, contact Kristina at ktirman@sitkascience.org.

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About Charles Bingham

I build community and health project websites in Sitka, Alaska. My sites include http://www.sitkalocalfoodsnetwork.org/, http://walksitka.wordpress.com/, http://sitkacycling.wordpress.com/, and https://getoutsitka.wordpress.com/. My portfolio site is http://charlesbingham.wordpress.com/.
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