Join us for this exciting series of programs all about patterns in nature! Mathematical patterns are all around us, in plants, animals, and even fungi! Knowing where to find them and why they’re there can make being outside in nature even more fun. On each of three consecutive Thursdays, co-director Eleanor Harris, Ph.D., will give a brief talk on one pattern in nature and then we’ll gather around the dining room table and make a craft that displays that evening’s pattern. No mathematical knowledge or crafting experience required, just a little curiosity and creativity! All materials will be provided. We’ll have drinks and snacks as we craft. We will meet on February 17, February 24, and March 3 6-7PM.
Cost: $30 ($25 for Friends of the Clifton Institute)
Age: Adults only.
COVID-19 Information: This program will take place inside. We are requiring all participants to be fully vaccinated and to wear masks. We will ask to see vaccination cards. Please do not attend if you are experiencing or have experienced in the last two weeks any symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc.).
Registration is REQUIRED.
Cancellation policy: If you register and can no longer attend this event, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can open your spot to someone else. No refunds will be given upon registrant cancellation.
Before attending this event, please read the information included on our liability release form (click here).
We look forward to seeing you at the Clifton Institute!