Put a spin on your Earth Day celebration
The Brazos Valley Natural History Museum in Bryan gives Earth Day a spin
BRYAN, Texas — April 22 is a time when many people celebrate the planet by recycling and making the earth a better place, but a group in Bryan is bringing things into focus.
Lots of people have their Easter plans locked in for this weekend, but if you’re looking for an event next week, there’s an event happening on Friday that the organizer says is just heating up.
The Brazos Valley Natural History Museum will host a Fire and Earth Day celebration for its ceramics exhibit to remind people of the things they take for granted.
The event will also feature Dr. Miladin Radovic from the Materials Characterization Facility at Texas A&M University.
Deborah Cowman, the museum’s executive director, said she hopes it teaches people to care about the everyday objects around them.
“Sometimes we take everyday things for granted and you know, Earth Day is a chance to remember that and really celebrate this beautiful planet we live on,” Cowman said.
The museum showcases a wide range of ceramics from multiple cultures and time periods, all displayed to help educate people about their commonness.
Cowman said the event will last from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and is free to all members of the public. So if you’re interested, head to the Brazos Valley Natural History Museum on Friday for their Earth Day tour.
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