Wish you could attend the Atlanta Science Festival all year round? Good news! With support from Emory University, Science ATL also produces public science events for kids, adults and everyone in-between throughout the year. Check out our upcoming events below!
Upcoming Science ATL Events
Earth Day Bike In Movie
Celebrate Earth Day, the Science ATL way. Science ATL and Piedmont Park Conservancy host a special showing of Where the Butterflies Go, a comedic nature documentary about the journey of the monarch butterfly.
This isn’t any outdoor movie, its a Bike-in movie! Take your two-wheel transportation to Piedmont Park’s Dockside, have a drink and a laugh, and deepen your connection to the monarch butterfly.
Before the movie, we'll chat with Monarch scientist, Jaap de Roode about butterflies and conservation.
Move is picnic style on the Dockside lawn in Piedmont Park. Bring your own blanket or chair; beer, wine, and popcorn available for purchase.
Movie synopsis: In a pathetic attempt to host his own children’s nature show, a failing filmmaker travels 3,000 miles asking North Americans how to save the endangered monarch butterfly, and ourselves, from extinction.
Parking and Transportation
Biking: Secure Bike Valet provided by Two Wheel Valet; route your ride to the Piedmont Park Community Center: 1071 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta GA 30309.
Driving: Park in the Monroe Drive parking deck located at 1320 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta GA 30306. Signage will guide your walk to the event.
For help navigating the Park, see map here
Check out even more science events from our community partners on the Community Events calendar!