Science Complex to host Earth Month Expo

The science center opened in fall of 2014. It cost $60 million to build and is one of the best-equipped science facilities in New York with $4.2 million worth of equipment.

The Science Complex at SUNY Fredonia will soon be the site of The Earth Month Expo.

On Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., it will burst into a new life when vendors, 17 informational tables, games, take-home crafts and workshops fill its corridors. The stage will be the scene of dynamic presentations in a wide variety of earth-centered themes including bats, butterflies, and veganism as a way to preserve our planet.

There will also be a Native American speaker and a community herbalist. The air of the building will vibrate with choral groups and instrumental music, all supplied through campus music groups. There will be food, raffles and some extraordinary prizes, including private kayak tours. The public is invited to this beautiful building to gain some memories and knowledge and to become an Earth Advocate. We are looking to connect both the campus and community with Mother Earth.

The event is sponsored by Greystone Nature Preserve as a contribution to Earth Month on the SUNY Fredonia campus. Call Greystone Nature Preserve at 792-7899 for details.