Screech at the REACH – October 24-31, 2020

Online and free

Screech at the REACH is our unique tradition for the Halloween season. Since 2014, The REACH has partnered with U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to celebrate National Wildlife Refuge Week in October with this fun event. Expect to find a new appreciation for the myths and truths about Halloween creatures: spiders, owls, ravens, toads, bats, and wolves…and more!

The REACH museum has turned Screech at the REACH into a virtual live Facebook event from October 24-31. All live streams, presentations and materials will be posted to our Facebook page, so make sure you like and follow us here: https://www.facebook.com/reachmuseum/.

We are so excited to share all the fun and interactive activities that we have lined up for Screech Week! From Livestreams to short videos, to DIY crafting videos and activity sheets to Science Storytime’s, we are taking our signature event to a whole new level!

View our daily schedule at https://www.visitthereach.org/education/screech-at-the-reach/.

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Drive Thru HalloWeekend Cinema – October 23 & 24, 2020

GESA Stadium parking lot, 6200 Burden Blvd. in Pasco
Free to attend – must pre-register the driver of each car

HalloWeekend Cinema by Pasco Parks and Recreation will feature two movies in a free drive thru event:
– “Hocus Pocus” will start at 8 p.m. on Friday, October 23
– Disney’s “Coco” will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 24.
Preregistration is required at https://www.pascoparksandrec.com/CourseActivities.aspx?id=32&cat=20

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Heritage Garden Fall Webinar: Floods, Bugs, and Design – October 24, 2020

Online Event
From 9 a.m. – 12 noon
Free – must register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3450944096661763855

Webinar speakers include: author, photographer, and artist, Rick Thompson who will give an overview of the entire Lake Missoula Floods path and highlight some of the effects still seen today in central and southeastern Washington. Emily Norris, an ecologist working for Mission Support Alliance, will share her expertise on native plants and pollinators. Traci Degerman, ecologist and landscape designer, will share lessons from her own wildland inspired garden.
Event info & registration: https://www.facebook.com/events/610338746340649/

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