Sunday, October 15, 2017 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

MARINE DISCOVERY CENTER  at New Smyrna Beach
520 Barracuda Blvd. New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169

In this free family event open to the public, faculty and students from UCF will lead two hands-on
events for all ages to emphasize the importance of Florida's coast,
especially the Indian River Lagoon.

• Mini-drone obstacle course over a simulated coastal community. Participants will have the
opportunity to fly the mini-drones.

• Oyster storytelling yoga• where we combine information on estuarine biological diversity with
yoga poses designed to help you with both flexibility  and remembering the importance of our
keystone species.

*If participating in yoga, bring yoga mat and water bottle

To learn more about our Coastal and Estuarine Ecology lab visit: www.facebook.com/UCFCEELAB

To learn more about Citizen Science GIS visit:
www.facebook .com/cltlzensclencegls

UCF
Event funded by NSF award #1617374 & #1560015
For more information, please contact Tim Hawthorne at timothy.hawthorne @ucf.edu or Linda Walters
at linda.walters@ucf.edu

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