Wagner Free Institute of Science
The Wagner Free Institute of Science celebrates the 150th anniversary of its North Philadelphia home with a free program Wednesday evening that explores how the major events of 1865 played out in Philadelphia and influenced its future.
If you’re free this Friday, you can kick off the first day of the Philadelphia Honey Festival at the Wagner Free Institute of Science.
The program will explore the story of the Passenger Pigeon, a once-numerous species that traveled in flocks so huge they darkened the sun when they passed but they went extinct a century ago.
The Philadelphia Honey Festival is a weekend-long celebration that actually begins with a full day of fun this Friday, September 6, at The Wagner Free Institute of Science.
Dr. Alexandra Horowitz in the author of Inside of a Dog.
The Wagner Free Institute of Science launches this year’s Weeknights at the Wagner lecture series, by taking you on a virtual tour of the 1.1 million acres of forests, rivers and trails that make up the New Jersey Pine Barrens.
If you are looking for something out of the ordinary to do this weekend, this might be it: The Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild is hosting the 3rd Annual Honey Festival.
GeoKids LINKS, now celebrating its 20th year, was developed in Philadelphia, with teaching units in grades 1-5, offering a ninety minute weekly lesson in four North Philadelphia schools
Science on Tap is a monthly meet-up with a short presentation by an expert followed by lively conversation. Coming up on Monday, the discussion will be ‘A Guide to Amateur Plant Breeding.’
It should come as no surprise that almost all the libraries of Philadelphia have stories that are as historically rich as the materials within the buildings.
Learn about all the benefits of bees this weekend at the Philadelphia Honey Festival.
by KYW’s Phran Novelli Never heard of Lorenzo l. Langstroth? Well if you like honey, you have him to thank, because this Philadelphian invented modern hives that help us collect this sweet treat from the […]