A Family Cosmic Adventure for Earth Day

SF Climate Week Event Series

4 | 24 | 24

5.45 pm – 7:30 pm

CANOPY Jackson Square

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5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Ignition! Calling all young space enthusiasts and aspiring astronauts to adventure through the cosmos with CANOPY.

Nat Geo Astrobiologist Julia DeMarines will take us on an exhilarating journey, exploring the sometimes hilarious but mainly scientific realms of detecting extraterrestrial life. Learn how much black holes suck and if everything comes back to Uranus.

From our new vantage point in space, we’ll take a look at Earth with Justin Cadelago, the US Managing Director at global environmental media nonprofit Imagine5. Justin will share inspiring insights through the lens of environmental storytelling and climate optimism and discuss the importance of engaging in meaningful dialogue with children about climate change.

RSVP for this rocket-powered exploration of our horizons and our planet’s future here!

(Imaginary space helmets, jet packs, face paint, and a thrilling photo booth experience await you. Feel free to embrace the cosmic spirit and dress in your favorite galaxy costume or anything else that sparks your imagination!)