The Children’s Museum of Sonoma County is excited to announce S³ (pronounced S cubed), our Science Speaker Series for young scientists.
Children 10 and older and their families are invited to the Children's Museum every THIRD Thursday evening of the month. Scientists working in many exciting fields will be on hand to talk about their work and answer questions. Every month brings a new topic. Join us for fun evenings of learning about topics like Chemistry, explosions, Making and MORE!
Adrienne Larocque: Volcano Science
Adrienne Larocque is an award-winning scientist with a PhD. She currently teaches Earth Science at Maria Carrillo High School where she is known as Dr. Addie. She also is an adjunct professor at Santa Rosa Junior College.
Volcanic eruptions can be dangerous and even deadly. They also can create new land surfaces, fertilize soils, and alter our climate. Find out where and why volcanoes occur, and get a hands-on look at different types of volcanic rocks.