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Every season of the year we do something special. During the fall and winter, our Evenings at the Seacoast Science Center Dinner Series brings author-adventurers, scientists, and historians to share their fascinating stories and latest findings. Celebrate spring and Earth Day by taking part in our Rescue Run. Enjoy cocktails, food and dancing by the shore to benefit our Marine Mammal Rescue program at our Sippin' For Seals event in June. It wouldn't be summer on the seacoast without enjoying a picnic and great music at Music-by-the-Sea concerts. In September, explore Odiorne Point State Park with expert naturalists at BioBlitz!
For more information on the events listed below, please contact Ashley at 603-436-8043 ext. 24 or email@example.com.
Kennebunk Savings Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals
April 25, 2015
The Rescue Run features a scenic, chip-timed 5k cross-country trail race and untimed walk through Odiorne Point State Park. The trail brings runners and walkers through the forest, by the rocky shore, on the sandy beach, and alongside historic military fortifications. Prizes are awarded to top finishers in different age and gender categories in the 5k race. Children, ages 12 and under, can participate in the Kids Fun Run 300 yard dash or a 1/2 run; every child wins a prize. After the run, the whole family can celebrate their accomplishments by enjoying music and festive healthy ocean activities.
Sippin' for Seals
June 18, 2015
Save the date for our second annual Sippin' for Seals, to be held on Thursday evening, June 18. Enjoy dining on fabulous bites prepared by local chefs, sippin' on cool beverages by the sea, and dancin' the night away to live music in support of the Center's Marine Mammal Rescue and ocean education efforts.
For photographs from last year's Sippin' for Seals, visit our Marine Mammal Rescue facebook page photo album.
Atlantic Grill Music-by-the-Sea Concert Series
Kick back with your family and friends on Thursday evenings in July to enjoy some of the hottest bands in New England. Just bring your blanket or chair, pack a picnic, or purchase freshly grilled fare, snacks, and beverages (including beer and wine) onsite. Whether you come to relax to a scenic sunset by the shore or dance the night away, you cannot beat the ocean view and feel-good atmosphere! And, you'll feel extra great knowing that proceeds from the concert series support our ocean education efforts.
2015 Concert Schedule
|July 2||·||Joshua Tree||July 23||·||The TonyMack Band|
|July 9||·||Jumbo Circus Peanuts||July 30||·||Entrain|
|July 16||·||Drowned Valley, with Joshua Incident|
The July 16 concert is sponsored by the UNH Marine Docents, to benefit our Marine Mammal Rescue program.
Online ticket sales will begin April 1. Learn more about the Atlantic Grill Music-by-the-Sea concerts...
BioBlitz! A Dawn to Dusk Nature Scavenger Hunt
Save the date! September 26, 2015, 6am-5pm
BioBlitz is a daylong species scavenger hunt of Odiorne Point State Park, where families explore alongside scientists and field naturalists to find and record data on as many different species in the Park as possible in one day. Exploration teams will be birding, searching for insects, snakes and amphibians, exploring the freshwater pond and salt marsh, tracking mammals, identifying plants and seaweeds, tide pooling, and more. BioBlitz is a great way to excite children about science and a rare opportunity to meet so many passionate biologists working together. Help us top our total number of 2,062 species identified since our first BioBlitz in 2003 and help us grow our valuable catalogue that serves as a snapshot of biodiversity of our region.
Registration to open in August. For photographs from last year's BioBlitz, visit our facebook page photo album.
Evenings at the Seacoast Science Center Dinners2015-2016 schedule (subject to change; details to come)
Biodiversity and Ecological Change in New HampshireSaturday, September 26, 2015
5:30pm, adult dinner and presentation
Learn about the ecological consequences of changes in biodiversity in New Hampshire from the state's leading experts.
Seasonal Family DinnerThursday, October 22, 2015
5:30pm, family dinner
After enjoying a family-style pasta dinner, adults attend a presentation on a current marine science topic while children learn about the same, somewhat spooky, topic through fun, educational activities. Halloween costumes encouraged! Details to come.
From Farm and Sea to Table: Sustainable Food SourcesThursday, March 10, 2016
6pm, adult dinner and presentation
Microplastics: A Macro Concern
with Jen Kennedy, Executive Director, Blue Ocean Society and Gabby Bradt, UNH Cooperative Extension
Thursday, May 12, 2016
6pm, adult dinner and presentation
Find out how plastics are impacting our beaches, the Gulf of Maine, and marine life.