VIRTUAL EVENT: BugFest: A Virtual Infestation - Sept. 14 to Sept 19 from North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
*The event has already taken place on this date: Sat, 09/19/2020
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The daily themes are:
ART AND CULTURE WEDNESDAY
PRIME CRIME FRIDAY
BUGFEST BUGSTRAVAGANZA SATURDAY
THE DAILY ACTIVITY LIST IS GROWING, so make sure to mark yourself "Interested" in this event for any updates! Check out a few activity highlights below, and make sure you register for the programs you'd like to virtually attend:
Bug Yoga for Kids - Tues. 9/15, 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Join Museum educator Laura Beth Speer for this silly session of Bug Yoga, where we will flex our muscles and brains while doing poses inspired by a bug's life! Learn about adaptations and life cycles, play games, and practice your moves! Ages 10 and under with their families.
Virtual Trivia Tuesdays: BugFest Edition - Tues. 9/15, 6 PM to 7 PM
Join Quizmaster Chris Smith for this special edition of Virtual Trivia Tuesdays: BUGFEST, where the game will be all about arthropods. Investigate insects, beat-le the competition, fly to the top of the scoreboard and win!
Free to join, but you must register to receive gameplay information: https://bit.ly/3fVsd66
Beautiful, Brilliant and Bizarre Flies YOU Can Find in North Carolina - Sat. 9/19, 11 AM to 12 PM
When most people hear the word "fly" they typically think of one type: the ubiquitous house fly. But NC's diversity of true flies is much more than that! Dr. Matt Bertone of NCSU will be showing some of the most visually stunning, strange and interesting flies found in NC.
Live Honeybee Hive Inspection - Sat. 9/19, 1 PM to 2 PM
Routine hive inspections are important to honey bee management. Five County Beekeepers Association club co-president Greg Wolgemuth explains what a beekeeper is looking for!
Amazing Aquatic Arthropods! - Sat. 9/19, 5 PM to 6 PM
Arthropods aren’t just bugs on land – there are many diverse aquatic arthropods that live in lakes and oceans! Join Museum aquarists Molly Ashur and Elizabeth Reese as we talk about three wildly unique marine arthropods: horseshoe crabs, mantis shrimp, and decorator crabs!
And SO much more!
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