TOUR: Seacoast Science Center June 27

19 May 2017 7:37 AM | Kelly Bryer (Administrator)

Sign-ups open Friday, May 26, 8am


On Tuesday, June 27th, 10am, a group of 30 GSA volunteers has been invited to visit and tour the Seacoast Science Center in Odiorne Point State Park, Rye NH.

Uniform: full GSA uniform - khaki shorts/skirts are allowed.

Information and Enlightenment Credit (IEC): You will receive 1 IEC for attending this tour. You will not accumulate any volunteer service hours since this is an educational opportunity.

Requirements: GSAs who have accumulated at least 50 hours, with 15 of them in the past 6 months can attend.  We ask that you only sign up for 4 tours a year at the official opening date/time. Once a tour has been open a week, any eligible GSA can sign up to attend regardless of how many tours they've been on.

On June 9th, 6am, any GSA who has volunteered at least 15 hours in the past 6 months can sign up if there are openings.

On June 15th, 6am, any GSA with at least 6 hours in past 2 months can sign up if there are openings.

All GSAs attending will receive free admission into the state park. Please tell the folks at the gate that you are with NHGSA and here for a hosted tour.

A representative from Odiorne Point State Park will also be joining us for a talk.

Bring your lunch to picnic on the grounds. There is room inside and outside.

You are invited to stay and explore the park and it's coastline. There is a Footprints in Time self-guided Audio Tour around the park that takes about an hour. Do the entire 3 miles or a portion.  http://www.seacoastsciencecenter.org/explore/odiorne-point-state-park/


Our host:
Karen Provazza, Director of Marketing
Seacoast Science Center
570 Ocean Blvd. Rye, NH 03870-2104
603-436-8043
k.provazza@sscnh.org www.seacoastsciencecenter.org

Directions
From 95 North or South Take exit 5 on I-95 North or South to the Portsmouth Traffic Circle. Take Route 1 By-Pass South to Beaches/Hampton and continue south to Route 1. Turn left onto Elwyn Road. At the roundabout, go half way around and turn onto Route 1A South. Continue for 1.8 miles and look for our sign.


Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software