In a time when the population has to comply with stricter measures to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, and there is a mandatory curfew, especially during the coming weekend, as regards Saturday and Sunday afternoon (as it happened last weekend), there are ways to still spend time with the closest ones. One of such educational and fun activities is to virtually visit the Water Pavilion.
The “H2Online” project is aimed at audiences of all ages and the main objective is to learn in a fun way. Thus, the H2Out has prepared lab activities to share with everyone via the Microsoft Teams platform.
“Water and its magic”, “Oceans and Plastic” and “The River travelling, from its spring to its mouth – a historic perspective”, are some of the sessions that will be streamed online. Other sessions include the history of the water or even the Environment and associated threats and opportunities.
Each session lasts one hour and they are coordinated by technicians within the Environment Education field. Sessions are streamed at 10am, 11.30am, 2pm and 3.30pm.
All information on reservations and available registrations are available at the Water Pavilion website.