Please join HMC Architects and ArchLab for a two-part sustainability workshop for kids (grades 2-5) that focuses on water and energy!
Saturday, April 20
10am to 12pm
3546 Concours Street
Ontario, CA 91764
Part 1: Water
The water workshop will include an interactive presentation about the importance of water conservation and water quality. Kids will build aquifers and then study how pollution affects our precious ground water resource.
Part 2: Energy
The energy workshop will answer the following questions: What is energy? Why do we need it? How can we conserve it? Kids will also learn how they can use the power of the sun to create energy and make yummy treats through a solar cooker experiment.
The workshops are modeled after a successful program that HMC’s ArchLab developed for SMMUSD’s McKinley Elementary School (thanks to a grant from our Designing Futures Foundation). Since then, the workshop has received the USGBC’s IMPACT! award, is being developed into a book, and will be provided as a workshop template on the USGBC’s website for other schools and entities to use.
The workshops are a great opportunity to help educate our future stewards of the environment. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Eera Babtiwale at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909-263-9909.