Featuring celebrity survivalist EJ Snyder of the Discovery Channel’s “Naked and Afraid”
GREENVILLE, NC – Experience a fun fall day of exploration and discovery at the A Time for Science Expo Saturday, November 21, 2015 from 10am – 2pm at Five Points Plaza in Uptown Greenville! Admission is FREE!
Bring your children out to enjoy the over 40 exhibitors featuring interactive activities for participants of all ages. Exhibits include live, touchable animals, robots, games, and hands-on science activities at every booth! Take this opportunity to explore the world of science in a fun and exciting way.
Special guest EJ Snyder, celebrity survivalist from the popular Discovery Channel show, “Naked and Afraid,” will be on-hand offering fire making demonstrations, bow and arrow drills, and about water purification lessons during the Expo! Snyder currently lives in North Carolina, and is a highly decorated 25 year US Army veteran and graduate of over 30 formal military and survival schools. He has been featured on many TV shows over the years, but is best known for his survival skills and mindset on Discovery’s “Naked and Afraid” and “Naked and Afraid XL.”
Following the ATFS Expo join Snyder from 5pm – 7pm at The Scullery across the street to hear his survival stories! Admission is $10 per person and includes an autographed picture and photo with EJ Snyder! Space is limited, please reserve your seat by contacting ATFS Executive Director Emily Jarvis at 252.531.7203 or email@example.com.
“A Time for Science is thrilled to offer such a great, interactive FREE public event to the community!” said Emily Jarvis, Executive Director of ATFS. “Remember, there is always “A Time for Science”!”
A Time for Science: Nature and Science Learning Center (ATFS) is located on over 380 acres of Bray Hollow Conservancy lands in southern Pitt County at the juncture of Pitt, Lenoir, and Greene Counties. Since its establishment in September 2009, ATFS has worked to bring to fruition its vision of enhancing environmental awareness and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education and literacy in the eastern region of North Carolina, through the coordination of staff and area volunteers to appropriately utilize public and private resources to support and provide activities and programs for participants of all ages to experience and engage in nature and science while learning and having fun!
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