The Children’s Clean Water Festival is driven by the educational offerings of our partners who bring exciting classroom presentations and exhibits to the event. There are two ways to participate:
Classroom Presenters – Classroom presenters prepare a 25-minute classroom presentation focused on topics such as water quality, fish habitat, wetlands, watersheds, storm water and water conservation. Students and their teachers are scheduled in classes throughout the day.
Exhibitors – Exhibitors use educational displays and hands-on activities to teach students one-on-one and in small groups about water-related topics. Typically the exhibit hall has 10-15 exhibitors, and about 100-150 students are scheduled to explore the exhibits in 25-minute increments throughout the day. The most popular exhibits are those that are colorful, fun, and interactive.
Want to see examples from a previous festival? Take a look at our 2014 Festival Program.