Quest Science Center Hosts a Virtual Panel Discussion with Four Bay Area Experts
Livermore, CA: November 4, 2020 — Quest Science Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting everyone to the value of science, is hosting a live-stream event with a panel of experts as they discuss causes and ways to manage California’s increasing number of wildfires, on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 7:30 PM to 8:45 PM PDT.The panel will consist of two experts from UC Merced, Crystal Kolden and Steve Shackleton, and Alameda County Fire Chief William McDonald, and it will be led and moderated by former Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Chief Stewart Gary.The event will be live-streamed and is co-presented by the Rae Dorough Speaker Series through the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center.
General Admission: $10
Proceeds support Quest Science Center community programs and outreach.
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About Quest Science Center
Quest invites participants of all ages to learn by doing as they discover how science works. Since 2018, we have engaged over 3,000 students in the region with outreach activities that encourage people of all ages to question, understand and explore science and technology – hence the name Quest.
Quest is dedicated to helping everyone see how science and technology impact the way we learn, work, and live in our ever-changing world. We encourage learning online with our website resources and through in-person events and virtual programs. Quest’s permanent science center plans to open its doors in 2024, in downtown Livermore’s Stockmen’s Park.
For more information, visit: https://quest-science.org