The March for Science New Haven being organized by members of the Yale community. It’s a nonpartisan celebration to champion science that serves the common good, and to acknowledge the indispensable role that it plays in our lives and communities.
Starting at 1:00 PM there will be a fair to celebrate science with demonstrations and a “story corner” for people to hear scientists tell their personal experiences with science. A rally with invited speakers will start at 2:00 PM and immediately following the rally we will have a march in the East Rock neighborhood.
Organizers recommend walking, biking, or taking public transportation to the event. If you do decide to drive, access and parking are easy. The park is across the street from Wilbur Cross High School which has plenty of parking and is right off route 91.
The March for Science New Haven is one of 514 satellite events occurring in 53 countries, in conjunction with the March for Science in Washington, D.C.
For more information about the March for Science New Haven, visit sciencemarchnhv.org, or contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the national march visit marchforscience.com.