Celebrate World Water Day

March 24, 2022, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT Free
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Celebrate World Water Day

2022 World Water Day at Stroud Water Research Center
  • Date and time: March 24, 2022, 4–6 p.m.
  • Location: Outside at Stroud™ Water Research Center, 970 Spencer Road, Avondale, PA 19311.
  • Audience: Family and community event.
  • Cost: Free! Please RSVP so we can plan for refreshments.
  • View COVID-19 Safety Protocols.

Join Stroud Water Research Center to celebrate World Water Day and the unveiling of our new Watershed Education Mobile Lab! Families and community members can engage in four activities: discovery of live “stream bug” (aquatic macroinvertebrates) at our Mobile Lab, Stroud Center stream ecology videos under our pavilion, a special bilingual (Spanish and English) reading of the Creek Critters children’s picture book in our streamside forest, and an electrofishing demonstration to learn about how real scientists sample eels, trout, and other underwater neighbors in White Clay Creek.

Stroud Water Research Center's Watershed Education Mobile Lab
To provide equitable access to meaningful watershed educational experiences, the Stroud Center, during its March 24 World Water Day event, is unveiling its Watershed Education Mobile Lab. Download this image.

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

💧 Except for use of indoor restroom facilities, program will take place entirely outdoors in streamside forests, under pavilions, and at other outdoor locations that allow for physical distancing.
💧 Face masks with proper fit (over the nose, chin, and cheeks) are REQUIRED when entering the building to use restroom facilities.
💧 Face masks are currently OPTIONAL during outdoor activities.
💧 All participants are asked to maintain 6 feet of physical distancing whenever possible.
💧 Participants are asked not to attend the program if feeling any combination of atypical symptoms, including but not limited to fatigue, coughing, sore throat, fever, chills, etc.
💧 Independent use of the campus, including unguided use of trails for hiking, is NOT permitted at this time.