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South Carolina Aquarium
Thursday, November 21, 2019, 6 – 7pm

The South Carolina Aquarium kicks off the 2019-2020 Holland Lifelong Learning Program series on September 25th at 6 pm with “The Other TSA: Keeping Turtle Species Safe.”

Now it its fifth season, the Aquarium’s Holland Lifelong Learning Program is a series of lectures that address trending topics in conservation and reflect the Aquarium’s mission to connect people with water, wildlife and wild places. The series is underwritten by a generous gift from Mary and Mason Holland.

“The Holland Lifelong Learning Program is really popular because of its casual nature,” says Kendyll Collins, an educator at the Aquarium who oversees the program. “It’s entertaining, informative and very personal – these topics hit close to home.”

Other scheduled lectures for the 2019-2020 series include:

    Oct. 15: Life Through a Lens: An Evening with Wildlife Photographer Scott Snider (Dockery’s on Daniel Island)
    Nov. 21: Microplastics and Mega Problems: Pollution Solutions in the Lowcountry (South Carolina Aquarium)
    Jan. 2020: Wild Ideas: Learning from Nature to Solve Human Problems (College of Charleston)
    Feb. 11: Sex, Drugs and Seaslime: An Evening with Author Dr. Ellen Prager (South Carolina Aquarium)
    Mar. 27: Testing the Waters: A Comfortable Conversation about Climate Change (The American Theater)

Tickets can be purchased for $10 at Members receive a $5 discount. Spaces are limited.

Event Type: Animals and Pets, Lecture/Discussion