The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association will feature a free, hands-on activities showing the human impacts on water quality at the new “Pop In Space”, at 10 Hulfish St. (on the corner of Hulfish and Palmer Square East in downtown Princeton).
The Watershed’s program, called WOW – Wonders of Water!, will offer kids and adults alike a chance to learn about our streams and how we can all help prevent water pollution and flooding. Demonstrations at various stations will include stream critters, water conservation, polluted stormwater runoff, rain barrels, and an enviroscape that allows children to get their hands dirty while learning about clean water.
Families are invited to pop into the space, with children accompanied by an adult, to gain some watery knowledge starting from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays through Sept. 30.
Participants are invited to join in our free raffle for a rain barrel at summer’s end.
Explore and enjoy!
This project is a partnership with other nonprofits, including the Arts Council of Princeton, the Princeton Public Library, Sustainable Princeton, the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University, and the local toy-store, Jazams. The space has been made available for these community events by Palmer Square Management LLC.