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
Arts & Nature Workshop: Moss Terrariums
Create and care for your own ecosystem! Local artist, Travis Ronis of Overall Designs, teaches us how he blends art and nature through building moss terrariums. Add all the elements of a thriving ecosystem, and even choose a 3-D printed figure to call your terrarium home. Join us at the Halfway Crooks Biergarten for this workshop. The Biergarten will be open for full service during the event, come hungry and thirsty!
Tickets are sold per moss terrarium. Each individual does not need to purchase a "ticket." We encourage couples, friends, and families to work collaboratively to build their terrariums.
Parking and Transportation
Parking: Utilize "Summerhill Lot A" - a large, free parking lot on the adjacent block at the corner of Georgia Ave SE and Hank Aaron Dr.
Nature Navigators: Cascade Springs
There's only one City in a Forest, and it's Atlanta. In this Nature Walk series, we'll explore nature in and around the Metro area, deepening your connection to science of the natural world along the way. Our first stop: Cascade Springs!
The Great Outdoors: Chattahoochee Paddle Adventure
Close out the summer with your own adventure in The Great Outdoors! Join Science ATL for a guided paddle trip down the Chattahoochee. Along the way we’ll learn from local scientists and naturalists about the river’s history and formation, flor and fauna, and even the impacts of climate change.
Ticket price includes equipment rental, guided paddle adventure, and shuttle service back to the Johnson Ferry Outpost.
Parking and Logistics
Parking is free at the NOC Chattahoochee Outpost - Johnson Ferry.
We will be on the river for a few hours, please bring water and snacks and/or lunch.
All attendees must be at least 5 years old.
Attendees must be at least 9 years old to go in a single sit on top kayak or 5 years old in a tandem kayak with an adult (18+).
There is a 1:4 Adult/Child ratio for guests under 11 years old.
All attendees must complete the NOC waiver prior to or upon check-in.
In order to prioritize safety of all attendees, these restrictions will be enforced upon check-in at the NOC Outpost. Please reach out to us with any questions.
Check out even more science events from our community partners on the Community Events calendar!