Sunday, February 11, 2018
John Smith Hall, La Sierra Community Center, 5325 Engle Road, Carmichael
Doors open 2:00 pm
| Program starts 2:30 pm
Our speaker will be selected closer to the date
The Topic will be negotiated with the speaker

Currently, Tom Suchanek is Scientist Emeritus with the USGS Western Ecological Research Center (WERC). Trained as a coastal marine ecologist, he was a Research Manager, Lead Scientist and Climate Change Science Coordinator for WERC in Sacramento, CA until January 2014. He also maintains active Research Associate appointments at the U.C. Davis Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology and Bodega Marine Lab. Click here to see his complete professional profile. It will open in a new browser tab or window.

The afternoon celebration of science includes entertainment by “Mad Science.”  We close the event by singing “Happy Birthday Dear Charlie,” followed by refreshments including our well-known Charles Darwin birthday cakes. 

Cost of Admission: Advance payment will be $10 per person until February 1. You may pay at the event (cash or check). The price is $15 per non-student, or for student with ID, $5.

Pay in Advance
(This and the following link will be modified and activated in December 2017 or January 2018.)

View the 2017 Event Flyer

View 2017 International Darwin Day Announcement

(There is a link, in blue, at the end of the announcement, to return you to this page.)

 


Darwin Day is organized by the Sacramento Darwin Day Committee, and sponsored by HAGSA, AOF, and other civic groups in the Sacramento Area.