For additional information on local events, visit the Houston Geological Society (HGS) online.
Annual Family Energy Festival: Houston Museum of Natural Science
Saturday, October 12, 10am-2pm
Earth Science Week Houston is “Mapping Our World” with maps, hands-on activities for students, and guided tours of the Wiess Energy Hall and the Moran Hall of Paleontology.
Special pricing: $3.50 for K-12 students; $7.00 for college students, teachers, professors with valid school or college ID. Please pick up a voucher at Grand Hall Entrance table before purchasing a ticket.
Energy Day: Free Downtown Houston Festival by Consumer Energy Alliance
Saturday, October 19, 11am-5pm
Three city blocks of exhibits will focus on innovative and interactive technology demonstrating energy production, processes, and efficiencies. Students can see and touch state-of-the-art technology, interact with experts, and ask questions.
Geology Field Trip to Whiskey Bridge by the Houston Geological Society
Sunday, October 20, 11:00am-3pm
HGS sponsors this student-friendly field trip to Whiskey Bridge in Bryan, Texas. Participants meet on the south side of Whiskey Bridge, where Highway 21 crosses the Brazos River, to discuss geology and collect fossils.
For directions, locality information, collecting guides, and scientific papers, see the Houston Gem and Mineral Society.
These are great opportunities to share your love of Earth science with family and friends. HGS needs you to make these events successful. If you would like to volunteer at these events, please email the ESW committee contact, Marc Fagelman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Image of water collection from the Earth Science World Image Bank, © Tim McCabe, NRCS.